This excursion is a luxurious and relaxing option that can be squeezed into a single day or stretched out for two or three days. You can tour some of the most delicious and coveted wines in the country and speak to the families behind the legacy.
Italy’s legal drinking age is 18 year or older. As such, many tour companies will not accept any children for the excursion, even if there is no intention that they will drink. In summer, some of the bed and breakfasts will fill up quickly, so it’s wise to plan ahead if you’re taking a self-guided tour. Lastly, Italy is part of the Schengen area, and visitors arriving to the area will need to provide a valid passport and for citizens of certain countries, a valid visa as well.