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Thumbnail Origins and integration: Wine tasting at Baglio di Pianetto winery
Santa Cristina Gela, Palermo
1 Hour 50 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 30
From €30.00
“A great opportunity to discover 4 different wines of Baglio di Pianetto Winery, inspired by a marriage between Sicily and France”
Thumbnail Explore the Authenticity of Sicilian Wine: Organic and Natural Wine Tasting at Feotto Winery
Monreale, Palermo
1 Hour
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 25
From €25.00
“Visit the Feotto Winery and its vineyard, learn about their natural and organic winemaking methods & taste three of their wines”
Thumbnail Light lunch immersed in the park at Tenuta San Giaime
Gangi, Palermo
2 Hours 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 12
From €35.00
“A unique sensory experience to discover Sicilian delicacies, accompanied by our mountain wines”
Thumbnail Discover the Secrets of Sicilian Wine: Exclusive Tour and Tasting at Todaro Winery
Monreale, Palermo
1 Hour
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 15
From €35.00
“Walk through the vineyards to discover the Sicilian grapes, visit the winery to discover their methods, and finally taste 5 fine wines!”

More information on Palermo

Nestled along the sun-kissed shores of northwestern Sicily, Palermo, the vibrant capital of the island, boasts a captivating blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. Renowned for its stunning architecture, vibrant street life, and delectable cuisine, Palermo also holds a cherished place in Sicily's rich winemaking heritage.

Palermo's wine tourism scene is flourishing, offering wine enthusiasts a chance to delve into the region's time-honored winemaking traditions and savor the exquisite flavors of Sicilian wines. Embark on guided wine tours through rolling vineyards, explore ancient cellars tucked away in the city's historic districts, and discover the stories behind each winemaking family.

Immerse yourself in the art of Sicilian winemaking through interactive workshops and seminars, where you'll learn about the intricacies of grape cultivation, fermentation techniques, and aging processes. Experience the thrill of participating in traditional grape-picking festivals, savoring the fruits of your labor during a delectable wine tasting session.

Which food to taste in Palermo?

Palermo's culinary scene is a vibrant tapestry of flavors, reflecting the city's diverse cultural influences. Indulge in hearty Sicilian dishes like Pasta alla Norma (eggplant pasta) and Caponata (sweet and sour eggplant dish), savor the freshness of seafood specialties like Pesce Spada alla Griglia (grilled swordfish) and Gamberi al Marsala (prawns in Marsala wine sauce), or delight in the sweet treats like Cannoli (ricotta-filled pastries) and Granita (Sicilian ice cream).

Experience the perfect harmony of flavors as you pair Palermo's exquisite wines with its culinary masterpieces. Discover how the rich complexity of Nero d'Avola complements the savory notes of a lamb ragù, how the delicate acidity of Chardonnay enhances the freshness of a seafood salad, and how the sweet, honeyed flavors of Moscato complement the richness of a ricotta-filled cannoli.

Which wines to taste in Palermo?

Palermo's viticultural heritage is renowned for its impressive array of grape varieties. From the noble Catarratto, the soul of Marsala, to the Grillo, the backbone of Insolia, Palermo's vineyards showcase the diversity and quality of its wines.

Discover the unique characteristics of each grape and how they express the terroir of their respective regions. Learn about the history and evolution of each grape variety, their ideal growing conditions, and their distinctive flavor profiles. Explore the nuances of Catarratto's expressions in the various zones of Marsala, or delve into the intricacies of Grillo's terroir-driven variations in Contea di Sclafani.

Which is the best season to visit Palermo?

The optimal time to visit Palermo's wine regions depends on your preferences and the specific region you're exploring. Spring and autumn offer mild temperatures and pleasant weather, ideal for exploring vineyards and enjoying outdoor activities amidst the vibrant colors of changing seasons.

Summer brings the excitement of harvest time, offering a chance to witness the bustling activity in wineries and participate in traditional grape-picking festivals. Winter provides opportunities to cozy up in wine cellars and savor the warmth of local hospitality, enjoying hearty meals and indulging in the rich flavors of aged wines.

What things to do in Palermo?

While wine tourism is an enthralling journey in itself, Palermo offers a wealth of other treasures to discover. Immerse yourself in the rich history of the city, from exploring the grandeur of the Norman Palace to wandering through the labyrinthine streets of the ancient Arab quarter.

Marvel at the architectural masterpieces of the Cathedral of Palermo, adorned with exquisite mosaics, or wander through the enchanting Giardino Inglese, a haven of tranquility amidst the city's vibrant energy. Discover Palermo's vibrant art scene, from exploring contemporary galleries to admiring the works of renowned artists like Renato Guttuso.