Wine Tourism in Province of Terni

Best of Wine Tourism in Province of Terni with Feedbacks from real Wine Lovers...easy, that's

Wine Tourism in Orvieto (9)

Wine Tourism in San Venanzo (2)

Wine Tourism in Baschi (2)

Wine Tourism in Castel Viscardo (1)

Look at Wineries in Province of Terni

Tenuta di CorbaraAmong the families of nobile origin that in feudal times settled in the territory to the right of the Tiber river, Montemarte family was undoubtedly one of the most important ones, administring the areas east of Orvieto and towards Todi from their castles of Montemarte and Corbara.In the land register of the contado of 1292, Corbara was listed as a castrum in the rural parish of Santa Maria da Stiolo, coinciding in good part with the present estate of Corbara at the spot where Paglia and Tiber rivers meet. The habitual residence of the Counts of Corbara was the castle itself,even though it was listed as a municipal territory at least up to the seventeenth century. There was in fact the need of personal supervision for their vast agrarian holdings,which were gradually turning into modern farms, abreast of the times. At the end of the nineteenth century, the estate of Corbara became property of the Banca Romana. In 1889/90 the bank financed excavations that brought to light the Roman port of Pagliano, in opus reticulatum, located at the confluence of the two rivers named above. this archaeological site gained great importance, in history, for commercial and economic relations between Rome and the immediate hinterland. Thanks to continuing studies, protection and restoration of the structures this site can now be visited. The Azienda Agricola Castello di Corbara as it is now mirrors faithfully the new comprehensive program of the entire range of activities whole-heartedly undertaken by the entrepreneurial group that bought the property in 1997. The underlying concepts of this new management include the inherent need to salvage values such as the respect of the territory, whose authenticity is always reflected by every single wine produced.
4 Reviews
Cantina CirulliThe Cirulli family has been winemakers since 1861, a year when Valentino's great grandfather purchased a plot of land in Abruzzo, the region where the family comes from. Those were years when agriculture was a means of living for sustaining the family. A small trade of wine and olive oil was conducted; this was the beginning of the Cirullis' Wineries business. Since then the family dedicated their life to the art of making wine, with great attention to the terror and with passion and care for the environment. In 2007 the winery in Ficulle was inaugurated, in one of the most beautiful places in Umbria, where grapes were grown since the Etruscan and the Romans times. The Cirullis' Wineries is a property of 75 hectares on 200/350 meters above the sea level, 50 of which are dedicated to the grapes . Together with the traditional Umbrian grapes such as Grechetto, Trebbiano e Malvasia, there are also the international grapes such as Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Traminer are grown. The key to the success of our wines is the terroir together with the advanced enological techniques. Guided by Marco Simonit and Pierpaolo Sirch with a desire to respect the nature and adopt it to the modern needs in 2008 Valentino Cirulli was named one of the most significant pruning experts in Italy. He is also one of the first winemakers in Italy who understood the importance of this approach and adopted the "Simonit&Sirch" techniques in his vineyards.
No Reviews
Cantina CustodiOur estate is situated on the hills of Orvieto in the locality of ”Canale”, a well-known area among the people of Orvieto because of its fertile land used in vine growing. It covers a surface of about 70 hectares carefully cultivated as olive groves, sowable land and vineyards. Of the 37 hectares dedicated to the cultivation of vines at least half produce D.O.C. grapes used for the production of ”Orvieto Classico” wine, the rest is used to produce ”Sangiovese” and other highly prestigious non autochtonous vines such as: Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc which all derive from a careful selection of clones. The winery, in 2003 it was built on a natural terrace which faces the Cliff and the Cathedral of the city of Orvieto, from where we ”borrowed” the cobbled stones and the beam structures for the roof, making a direct connection with the city. Entering our sales point you will be met with antique furniture which acts as the background to a display of our products. Going up to the floor above, in the large tasting room, there are two large terraces. One opens onto an external panorama of the area, the other opens inwards onto the productive heart of the winery. It is here that next to the computerized systems which supervise sophisticated enological equipment you will find Oak barrels for wine refining and men who process an antique product using modern methods, joining marvellous technology with tradition.
No Reviews
Tenuta di SalvianoLa tenuta di Salviano, antica proprietà dei Principi Corsini dal XVII secolo, nel 2015 è passata per via ereditaria ai figli di Donna Nerina Corsini, i Marchesi Eleonora e Giovanni Incisa della Rocchetta. In un ambiente naturale incontaminato, storia e tradizione si fondono in una visione imprenditoriale moderna. Con l’inizio del 2016 la proprietà ha intrapreso un importante progetto di rinnovamento, con investimenti in cantina ma soprattutto in vigna. L’intento è quello di ottenere, con una cura maggiore del lavoro in campo, vini in grado di valorizzare vitigni autoctoni come il procanico, il grechetto la malvasia e il vermentino. I suoi 58 ettari di vigneti - con altezze che variano dai 150m ai 500m. - crescono sulle colline intorno al Lago di Corbara. La collocazione geografica dei vigneti ed esposizione a sud e sud-ovest danno la loro migliore espressione a vitigni selezionati quali Procanico e Grechetto, Sangiovese, Syrah, Pinot Nero. The estate of Salviano has been owned by the family of Prince Corsini since the XVII century. At princess Nerina’s passing, in 2015, it was inherited by her son and daughter: Marquis Giovanni and Eleonora Incisa della Rocchetta. In a natural and unspoiled environment, tradition and history are now combined with modern winemaking techniques. From the beginning of 2016 the property underwent a complete renovation with significant investments in the cellar and - most importantly - in the vineyards. The aim of these investments is to give, with a careful attention to the work in the vineyards, more relevance to indigenous varieties such as Procanico, Grechetto, Malvasia and Vermentino.
No Reviews
Locanda PalazzoneCountry House Palazzone was built in medieval times and is located not far from Rocca Ripesena in the area northwest of Orvieto, in Umbria. This building is an exceptional example of a country residence: it possesses all the characteristics of a town palazzo, even though it stands alone at the top of a hill in the open countryside. Its architectural structure and construction elements, as well as its ornamental details, can indeed be seen in the most important civic buildings in the town of Orvieto from the late 1200s -such as the Palazzo del Popolo and the Papal Palace- all of which allow us to specify the type and date the building, placing it alongside those similar palaces built in town in the last quarter of the 13th century. A more intriguing challenge was that of establishing what type of function (other than simply residential) the Country House Palazzone might have had in the area. Historical research has provided some plausible answers to this mystery. According to the documentation gathered, Monaldo Monaldeschi della Cervara, an Orvieto historian from the noble family that dominated the town in the 14th century, wrote in his Comentari historici, printed in Venice in 1584, that Boniface VIII named “…Teodorico di Ranieri Cardinal and Commander of the Patrimony in the year 1299. This Cardinal had the Palace built in the square of Santa Christina in Volsena and the Palace below Rocca di Ripeseno…”. Given its residential-type architecture and its relatively isolated location in the countryside near Orvieto, the Palazzone was very likely built as a hospitalis, or hostel, for prelates and travelers or as a station for pilgrims headed toward Rome, as the first Jubilee was officially proclaimed by Boniface VIII in 1300. Now the Palazzone is, in Umbria, one of the most evocative Country Houses.
No Reviews

Winedering is the first Tour Operator Online exclusively dedicated to Wine Tourism!
Are you looking for Tailormade Wine Tastings, Wine Tours or Complete Travel Packages? So, don't esitate! Let us prepare for you the best wine tourism experience you can desire!

Contact us now!