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Best wineries to visit in Italy

Italy is one of those countries in the world where wine flows –well, not literally, but with the number of wineries and winepresses Italy has, it doesn’t really astonish that Italy is the origin of some of the best wine in the world. So when in Italy, make it a point to visit at least one of the wineries around, take a tour, watch how the fresh grapes are crushed to create perfection and also, relax and sip into some of the quality wine! And to help you out, we’ve come up with a list of wineries which you can consider visiting when in Italy:

Marchesi di Barolo:

A family business that’s has been preserved by almost five generations now, Marchesi di Barolo is one of the noted names in the wine business. Established way back in the 19th centuries, the wine sourced from here never disappoints. Named after the town in which it is located Barolo which is situated well against the scenic Alps. The pleasant weather here is particularly perfect for grapes to thrive and flourish, which is one of the secrets in the excellent quality of the wine here.

Librandi:

Not only does Librandi come up with some of the best wine in the world, but it is also located in such a scenic location! Librandi is a stunner, both in terms of wine and beauty too. A relaxed vacation in Librandi will give you ample time to explore and experience what this beautiful place has to offer. Give this place a visit, and you’ll know why exactly we’re bragging about it!

Redaelli de Zinis:
Situated on the picturesque Lake Garda, Redaelli is known for its organic and traditional wine press techniques. There are no machines here – just the traditional wine press which churns out a distinctly tasting wine. It again was established way back in the 18th century and has been taken care of by five generations now. The taste of the wine from her has a different charm – after all, no machines can replicate the taste that a traditional winepress can create.

Azienda Agricola Valentini:

Recipient of numerous awards in the wine sector, this family business too, is another noted and famed name in the wine world. The farms here produce the best of olives also, which are further processed into olive oil. If you’re looking for real, authentic and organic items, this is the place you should be heading to. The wine here is perfectly magical – sip into it, and you’ll know!