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Carbone Vini - Winalist
Visit and tasting
Melfi 5 reviews 4.7

Carbone Vini

Carbone Vini is a family-run farm that owns 8 hectares of organically-run vineyards in the center...
Aglianico del Vulture

20,00 €

Cantine Re Manfredi - Winalist
Journey to discover the Vulture
Venosa 2 reviews 4.8

Cantine Re Manfredi

Re Manfredi was born in 1998 in the heart of the Aglianico del Vulture DOC production area, a few...
Aglianico del Vulture

20,00 €

Elena Fucci - Winalist
Discover Titolo World
Discover Title World & Old Vintage
Barile 1 reviews 5.0

Elena Fucci

The farm was born in 2000 when the family was discussing whether to sell the beautiful vineyards ...
Aglianico del Vulture

30,00 € - 35,00 €

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Elena Fucci

A very special tasting with Elena! Her passion for her wine is infectious. Fantastic!!



Adega Do Vulcão

Very nice discovery! Late reservation with request for tour in French: Victor, the guide did not speak it. He was very accommodating and found a solution, he gave...



Vignobles Bardet

Our visit with Alice has been very interesting, instructive and passionate. He has transmitted to us his passion for the world of wine inherited from family tradi...



Quinta do Infantado

Very good experience! We were received in complete privacy by the cellar master, the tasting and the raos as well as all the explanations delighted us! Whether ...



Château Yon-Figeac

We booked this visit and it was just the 2 of us. Wonderful “private” visit to a beautiful winery. Beautiful location, St Emilion Gran Cru certified winery, a...



Domaine des Champs Fleuris

Great ! thank you for this cruise and the tastings. It was great. A good atmosphere 😃👌



Abrigo Fratelli

The visit to Walter's winery was a real success: Walter and Alberto kindly and enthusiastically accompanied us into their world and allowed us to appreciate ...

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Good to know before visiting the Basilicata Wineries

Where is the Basilicata wine region?

Basilicata is a wine region located in the southern part of Italy, bordering the Ionian Sea to the south and the Apennine Mountains to the north. It is located in the region of Basilicata, which is often referred to as the "instep" of the Italian peninsula. The wine region is known for producing a range of red, white, and sparkling wines from local grape varieties, including Aglianico, Primitivo, and Moscato, and is a must-visit destination for wine lovers and anyone interested in exploring the rich wine culture of southern Italy.

What is Basilicata Italy known for?

Unique Wines: Basilicata is home to a range of local grape varieties, including Aglianico, Primitivo, and Moscato, that are used to produce a range of red, white, and sparkling wines with a distinct personalities.

Cultural Heritage: Basilicata is a region with a rich cultural heritage, with a long and fascinating history dating back to ancient times. The region is home to several historic sites and landmarks, including castles, churches, and other architectural treasures, offering visitors a glimpse into its rich cultural heritage.

Natural Beauty: Basilicata is surrounded by the Apennine Mountains, providing stunning natural beauty, with a range of landscapes including rolling hills, pristine valleys, and rugged peaks.

What are the main grape varieties in the Basilicata wine region?

Aglianico: A red grape variety that is considered to be one of the most important grape varieties in Italy. Aglianico is known for producing full-bodied, tannic wines with a rich, complex flavor profile.

Primitivo: A red grape variety that is known for producing wines with a high alcohol content and rich, fruity flavors, including black fruit and spice.

Moscato: A white grape variety that is used to produce a range of sweet and sparkling wines with a fresh, fruity flavor profile.

What dialect is spoken in Basilicata?

The dialect spoken in Basilicata, a region located in the southern part of Italy, is known as Lucanian. Lucanian is a form of Italian that has been influenced by several local dialects and is characterized by its distinctive vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation.

In addition to Lucanian, many people in Basilicata also speak Italian, which is the official language of Italy. However, the use of Lucanian and other local dialects continues to play an important role in the region's culture and heritage, and is often used in everyday conversation and in traditional music and folk arts.

What are some fun facts about Basilicata?

Unique Geography: Basilicata is located on the "instep" of the boot-shaped Italian peninsula, and is bordered by the Apennine Mountains to the north and the Ionian Sea to the south.

Ancient History: Basilicata has a rich and fascinating history that dates back to ancient times. The region was inhabited by several different civilizations, including the Greeks, Romans, and Lucanians, and has a number of well-preserved ancient ruins and historical sites.

Film Location: Basilicata has been used as a location for several films and television shows, including the Hollywood film "The Passion of the Christ" and the Italian television series "Il Commissario Montalbano."

Traditional Music: Basilicata is known for its traditional music, including the tarantella, a fast-paced folk dance that is believed to have originated in the region.

Unique Cuisine: Basilicata is known for its traditional cuisine, which is characterized by simple, hearty dishes made from local ingredients. Some of the most famous dishes from the region include "orecchiette con cime di rapa" (orecchiette with turnip greens) and "pietanze di cavallo" (horse meat dishes).

What are the most popular Basilicata wine & spirits producers?
The Basilicata region concentrates a wide choice of wine or spirits estates. However, the top 3 wineries or distilleries preferred by our visitors for tours and tasting are:
  • Carbone Vini with an average rating of 4.7 among 5 reviews.
  • Cantine Re Manfredi with an average rating of 4.8 among 2 reviews.
  • Elena Fucci with an average rating of 5.0 among 1 reviews.
How much does a winery tour and wine tasting in Basilicata cost?
In Basilicata, the average price of a cellar tour with wine tasting is €27.00. Prices vary according to several criteria:
  • The duration of the experience: The longer the visit and tasting, the higher the cost.
  • The type of visit: Visit to a cellar, wine estate, or distillery.
  • The presence of a guide: A tour guided by an expert, especially over a half or full day, can increase the price.
  • Services included: Premium tastings, number of wines tasted, and additional activities such as wine workshops or meals.
The most economical experience in the area is Visit and tasting at a price of €20.00 and the most expensive is Discover Title World & Old Vintage at €35.00.

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