Wine and Food Tours
Prepare to live Italy to its fullest on our Food and Wine Tours in Rome. The Italian sweet way of living, la Dolce Vita, is based on a culture that revolves around beauty, love, passion for life’s simplest pleasures and, of course, food. First-time travelers to Italy are often very surprised to find such a culinary diversity from region to region. In fact, even though you can find Italian food specialties like pizza all over the country, it is well worth sampling the local dishes for a true, authentic Italy food experience. Explore the lively and colorful Capo de’ Fiori Rome food market and enjoy the flavours and scents of fresh vegetables, cheeses and fruit. Opt for a slice of thin Roman pizza or better still taste the local supplì – a typical Roman rice snack with tomato sauce. A Rome food tour of course has to include a stop in the Ghetto area to taste deep fried artichokes carciofi alla giudia. Last but not least, don’t forget to delight your palate with the typical local pastry: er maritozzo! On our Food and Wine Tours in Rome you can also spend an enjoyable time with your family enjoying a cooking class to learn all the secrets of pasta making including spaghetti all’amatriciana. Visit a farmer's market, do grocery shopping and prepare your own pasta dish. An expert cook will introduce you to local Roman recipes and culinary secrets! If time permits consider venturing into the countryside. On our Rome Day Trip to the Roman Castles you will visit a renowned wine city and taste the mouth-watering Porchetta ham. On our Rome Wine Day Tours you can expand your culinary journey to Tuscany to enjoy some of Italy’s most fascinating and renowned Brunello wine areas and the typical hilltowns like Montepulciano and Pienza.