Take your time to visit Corsica. It is a wild land, and trips are sometimes long! First of all, the South of Corsica makes you discover Bonifacio , Porto-Vecchio, Ajaccio or even Propriano. You can enjoy a glass of Sartène or Figari there. In Corsica, the Appellations d'Origine Contrôlée often bear the name of the region where they grow. On the west coast, Calvi and Île-Rousse are two places to know. It is simply magnificent, and very exotic. In the north of Corsica, discover Bastia. And nearby, the cellar of Domaine Orenga de Gaffory offers a commented tasting as well as a guided tour to understand everything about the making of Muscat AOP, Cap Corse or even Rappo.
Thanks to Winalist, you will find a list of wine estates in Corsica open to the public in the Haute Corse region or in South Corsica. Our interactive map will help you locate the estates and plan your activities, or find a fully-featured wine tasting itinerary!
Did you know ? In Corsica, wine culture began in the 6th century BC. The Greeks at first, then the Romans, and then the monks during the Middle Ages, developed viticulture in Corsica.