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Arrigoni 1913
Arrigoni 1913
Arrigoni 1913
Tasting 5 wines
Tasting 4 wines
Tasting 3 wines

Arrigoni 1913

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Price: from 25,00 €
4.7 /5
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Agricola Marrone
Agricola Marrone
Agricola Marrone
Cellar visit and full lunch - "Menu Delizioso"

Agricola Marrone

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Sustainable viticulture
Price: from 72,00 €
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Sordo Giovanni
Sordo Giovanni
Sordo Giovanni
The great wines of the Langhe and Roero
The 3 Barolo Selection
The fantastic 8 crus
The 4 shades of Nebbiolo

Sordo Giovanni

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Cantina Negro Giuseppe
Cantina Negro Giuseppe
Cantina Negro Giuseppe
Pulin tasting
"Gran Monsú" wine tasting
Tasting "Great Harvests"

Cantina Negro Giuseppe

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Cantine Povero
Cantine Povero
Cantine Povero
Tasting of 5 wines
5 expressions of Nebbiolo

Cantine Povero

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5 /5
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Rocca Di Montegrossi
Rocca Di Montegrossi
Rocca Di Montegrossi
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Rocca Di Montegrossi

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Soc. Agr. Venturini Baldini
Soc. Agr. Venturini Baldini
Soc. Agr. Venturini Baldini
Emilian tradition

Soc. Agr. Venturini Baldini

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Organic Viticulture
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Rivetto Dal 1902
Rivetto Dal 1902
Rivetto Dal 1902
The Vertical - Barolo retrò

Rivetto Dal 1902

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Biodynamic viticulture
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Take a wine trip to Parma, a charming city in the northern region of Italy, known for its rich culinary traditions, impressive architecture, and world-renowned wines. With a history dating back to Roman times, Parma has become a cultural and gastronomic hub that attracts visitors from all over the world and home to the best wine tours and tastings in Emilia-Romagna.

One of the main attractions of Parma is undoubtedly its wines and wineries. The city is located in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna wine region, which is home to some of the most celebrated wines in the world, including Lambrusco, Sangiovese, and Malvasia.

The wineries in Parma are steeped in tradition and are known for producing high-quality wines that reflect the unique terroir of the region. Visitors can take part in wine tastings, tours of the vineyards, and meet with the winemakers themselves to learn about the history and techniques that go into making each bottle.

Parma is also home to the Consorzio Vini dei Colli di Parma, an organization that represents the local winemakers and promotes the wines of the region. The Consorzio works to ensure that the wines produced in Parma maintain the highest quality standards and are recognized globally as some of the best in the world.

Whether you're a seasoned wine connoisseur or just looking to learn more about the art of winemaking, Parma is the perfect destination for wine enthusiasts. So come and indulge in the rich history and flavours of this charming city and experience the magic of Parma's wines and wineries for yourself.

About Parma

History/Culture of Parma

Parma is a historic city in the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna. Founded by the Etruscans, it was later occupied by the Romans and became a flourishing center of art and culture during the Middle Ages. The city's rich history is reflected in its stunning architecture, including the impressive Romanesque cathedral and the Renaissance-style Palazzo della Pilotta. Parma is also famous for its contributions to the arts, particularly music and opera. It is the birthplace of the composer Giuseppe Verdi, and the Teatro Regio di Parma is one of Italy's premier opera houses.

What is Parma known for?

No, the city is not only know for it's famous perfume Acqua di Parma!

Parma is known for its gastronomy, particularly its famous Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and cured ham, or prosciutto. The city's culinary traditions are celebrated in its numerous trattorias and osterias, where visitors can savor traditional dishes like tortelli d'erbetta and cappelletti in brodo. In addition to its culinary heritage, Parma is also renowned for its exquisite wines, which are produced in the surrounding hills and valleys.

Weather in Parma

Parma has a mild climate, with temperatures ranging from the mid-60s to low 80s Fahrenheit (around 18-28 degrees Celsius) in the summer months. The winters can be chilly, with temperatures dropping to around freezing, but snowfall is rare.

Travel/Getting around 

Parma has its own airport, Aeroporto di Parma, which offers connections to other Italian cities and some international destinations. Alternatively, visitors can fly into nearby Bologna and take a train or bus to Parma. Once in the city, it is easy to get around on foot, as most of the main sights are located in the historic center. There is also a comprehensive public transport system that includes buses and a subway line. Taxis are widely available, and visitors can also rent a car to explore the surrounding countryside and vineyards.

What to expect while tasting wine in Parma?

The wines of Parma are characterized by their rich aromas, complex flavors, and impressive aging potential, making them highly sought after by wine enthusiasts around the world.

One of the most famous wines produced in Parma is Lambrusco, a sparkling red wine that is known for its fruity aromas and refreshing acidity. Lambrusco is made from several different grape varieties, including Lambrusco Grasparossa and Lambrusco Salamino, and can be produced in several different styles, from dry to sweet.

Another famous wine from Parma is Malvasia, a sweet white wine that is made from the Malvasia di Candia grape. Malvasia is known for its floral aromas and delicate sweetness, and is often served as a dessert wine.

In addition to these wines, Parma is also known for its production of Sangiovese, a red wine that is widely grown throughout Italy. Sangiovese is known for its complex flavors and high tannins, and can be produced in several different styles, from light and fruity to full-bodied and rich.

Whether you're a seasoned wine connoisseur or just looking to explore new flavors, the wines of Parma are sure to impress. So come and discover the magic of Parma's wines, and experience the rich history and traditions of this charming Italian city.

What you need to know before visiting Parma

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What is the best time to visit Parma? +

The best time to visit Parma is in the spring or fall, when the weather is mild and there are fewer tourists. However, the city is also charming in the summer, when many festivals and outdoor events take place.

What are the main attractions in Parma? +

The main attractions in Parma include the Parma Cathedral, the Palazzo della Pilotta, the Teatro Regio di Parma, and the Food and Wine Museum.

What are some popular day trips from Parma? +

Popular day trips from Parma include Modena, Bologna, Reggio Emilia, and the Ferrari Museum in Maranello.

Is Parma a good destination for food lovers? +

Yes, Parma is a great destination for food lovers. The city is known for its rich culinary traditions, including Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and cured ham, or prosciutto. Visitors can also take part in food and wine tours of local markets, vineyards, and cheese factories.

What are some of the best festivals and events in Parma? +

Some of the best festivals and events in Parma include the Verdi Festival, the Parmigiano-Reggiano Festival, and the Palio di Parma horse race.

Is Parma a good destination for families? +

Yes, Parma is a great destination for families. There are several family-friendly attractions in the city, including the Teatro Gioco Vita puppet theater, the Parco Cittadella playground, and the Museo dei Bambini children's museum. There are also plenty of outdoor activities and opportunities to explore the surrounding countryside.

How To Get To Parma? +

By Plane:

The closest airport to Parma is the Aeroporto di Parma, which is located about 5 kilometers from the city center. The airport offers connections to several Italian cities, including Rome, Milan, and Catania, as well as some international destinations. From the airport, visitors can take a taxi or a bus to the city center.

By Train:

Parma is well-connected by train to other cities in Italy, with regular services from Milan, Bologna, and Florence, among others. There are several types of trains available, including high-speed trains that can reach Parma in under an hour from Milan. The main train station in Parma is located in the city center, making it easy to reach most of the main sights on foot.

By Car:

Parma is easily accessible by car, with several major highways passing through the city. The A1 highway connects Parma to Milan and Rome, while the A15 connects it to Genoa and La Spezia. Visitors coming from other parts of Italy or Europe can rent a car at one of the major airports or train stations and drive to Parma. However, it is worth noting that parking in the city center can be challenging, and many of the historic streets are pedestrianized.

By Bus:

There are several bus companies that operate services to Parma from other Italian cities, including FlixBus and Baltour. The main bus station in Parma is located near the train station, making it easy to transfer between different modes of transport. However, it is worth noting that bus journeys can take longer than trains or driving, especially for longer distances.

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