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Thumbnail Wine Tasting and Tour at Tenuta La Gatta in Valtellina
Teglio, Sondrio (Valtellina)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €30.00
“Discover the fine wines of Valtellina with this tasting of 5 wines paired with delicacies from the territory at Tenuta La Gatta”
Thumbnail Wine tasting paired with local cheeses & cured meats at Le Strie in Valtellina
Chiuro, Sondrio (Valtellina)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 10
From €25.00
“A tasting of four Valtellina red wines made from Nebbiolo grapes, paired with a selection of local cheeses and cured meats.”
Thumbnail Picnic in the vineyard of Tenuta La Gatta in Valtellina
Teglio, Sondrio (Valtellina)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €25.00
“Enjoy a relaxing picnic experience immersed in the terraced vineyards of Valtellina at Tenuta La Gatta”

More information on Valtellina

Located in the north of Lombardy and surrounded by the beautiful snowy Alps, the Valtellina valley is a favorite destination for wine lovers looking for authentic cuisine, stunning mountain views and unique wineries to visit. In this wonderful mountain landscape you will be able to enjoy some unforgettable wine tastings, ski on its countless panoramic slopes, wander around its natural parks and indulge in the hearty local cuisine.

With its 850 hectares of vineyards, Valtellina’s territory offers a good selection of wineries that you can visit for a wine tasting, as well as a selection of important appellations of origin (DOCs) to taste. Furthermore, Valtellina is the only wine area in Italy having two DOCG appellations sharing the same production area: Valtellina Superiore and Sforzato di Valtellina. The other appellations that can be found in this area are Rosso di Valtellina DOC and Alpi Retiche IGT.

Which food to taste in Valtellina?

The best way to accompany the full-bodied wines of Valtellina is without a doubt with the rich local cuisine. During your wine tastings in Valtellina, you will most likely have the opportunity to taste a selection of delicacies from the area, such as bresaola, a cured salted beef, and cheeses like Bitto and Casera. Other traditional dishes from Valtellina that cannot be missed are pizzoccheri (buckwheat pasta with potatoes, vegetables and cheese), sciatt (deep-fried cheese balls) and polenta taragna (polenta with cheese), often served as a side with braised meats and stews.

Which wines to taste in Valtellina?

The star of your wine tastings in Valtellina will be the Nebbiolo variety - here called Chiavennasca - which found in this valley its ideal territory. This great Italian grape has been rooted for centuries among the terraced vineyards of the area, becoming an intrinsic part of the landscape together with Pignola, Rossola and Brugnola, the historical allies of Nebbiolo. In Valtellina, a few international grape varieties can also be found, such as Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sauvignon.

Which is the best season to visit Valtellina?

Wine tastings in Valtellina can be organised in every season. If you’d like to spend your time in the area hiking on panoramic trails and doing outdoor sports, then the period between June and September is ideal. Winter coincides with the skiing season when Valtellina welcomes ski lovers from all over Europe.

What things to do in Valtellina?

Besides wineries that can be visited, Valtellina’s territory offers so much uncontaminated beauty to discover. A few of the highlights we recommend not missing out on include Cancano’s lakes, Stelvio’s National Park, Bormio and its old thermal baths, Grosio’s park and castles, Chiavenna and its historical center.