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Italian wine and food tasting with expert sommelier

Embark on an unforgettable Italian wine voyage without ever leaving the heart of Rome on this one of a kind wine tasting experience. The evening takes place in a specially designed tasting ‘library’ that gives you the comfort, space and tranquillity needed to enhance your interaction with the sommelier and other guests. The space is lined with books, olive oils, balsamic vinegars and, of course, wine bottles. Your sommelier is a renowned industry expert who will instruct you in the delicate savoir faire of wine tasting. His charming personality and eloquent explanations will make the experience a lot more enjoyable. How do you know if a wine is standard or complex? What is going on when a wine critic says they detect notes of ‘Afghan roses’ and ‘Russian leather’? This tour is ideal for first-timers and seasoned connoisseurs alike; everybody is bound to learn something new! Discover the intricate way in which wine affects the different tasting centres of the tongue, why famous doesn’t always mean good and even learn about the less renowned winemakers who pursue excellence over profit. Although wine will be under the spotlight, you won’t want to underestimate the excellent choice of foods that accompany the tasting, from rich cheeses and succulent cured ham to fine salami and a few regional delicacies. It is the attention to detail that makes this regional Italian wine and food tasting tour with an expert sommelier an experience near to perfection. Join us and learn to appreciate the taste of heaven. Embark on an unforgettable Italian wine voyage without ever leaving the heart of Rome on this one of a kind wine tasting experience. The evening takes place in a specially designed tasting ‘library’ that gives you the comfort, space and tranquillity needed to enhance your interaction with the sommelier and other guests. The space is lined with books, olive oils, balsamic vinegars and, of course, wine bottles. Your sommelier is a renowned Meeting/pick-up point: On the steps of San Carlo ai Catenari church, on Piazza Benedetto Cairoli, 117 (near Largo di Torre Argentina). From the Argentina bus stop (Largo Argentina): walk south (past Largo di Torre Argentina) on Largo Arenula and turn right (west) onto Piazza Benedetto Cairoli (it’s the first piazza south of Largo Argentina and has several trees in the middle). The San Carlo ai Catenari church is on the far right (northwest) corner of the piazza at the beginning of Via dei Giubbonari and has large steps out front.

Duration: Two hours. Start/opening time: At 5.30pm. Languages: English. Others: Infants under the age of three are not permitted. We regret that we are unable to accommodate guests with wheelchairs or any impairments requiring special assistance. Guests under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.