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Chiorri - Winalist
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Sant'enea 2 reviews 5.0

Chiorri

The Cantina Chiorri was founded in 1890 in Sant'Enea, Perugia, and takes its name from the f...

From 29,90 €

Goretti - Winalist
Standard tasting
Tasting with food - wine pairing
Cooking Class with Nonna Marcella
Pila 1 reviews 5.0

Goretti

The Goretti Winery in Perugia, completely dedicated to the world of wine, collaborates with touri...
Sagrantino di Montefalco

From 15,00 €

Tenute Lunelli- Castelbuono - Winalist
A journey into the world of art and wine
Organic
Bevagna 1 reviews 5.0

Tenute Lunelli- Castelbuono

Fascinated by an ancient and almost mystical land such as Umbria and by a wine of extraordinary p...
Sagrantino di Montefalco

From 49,99 €

Cantina Colsanto  - Winalist
Foliage among the rows of Colsanto
From the vineyard to the wineshop: cellar and tasting
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Bevagna 1 reviews 5.0

Cantina Colsanto

Fattoria ColSanto is a prestigious Cantina with adjacent B&B, located in the heart of the Sag...
Sagrantino di Montefalco

From 30,00 €

Antonelli - Winalist
Tasting 5 wines
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Montefalco
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Antonelli

Among the longest-lived companies in the appellation, Antonelli San Marco has been owned by the f...
Grechetto di Montefalco Trebbiano Spoletino Montefalco Rosso

From 15,00 €

Castello di Montegiove - Winalist
A dip in the Middle Ages pampered by wine glasses
Montegabbione
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Castello di Montegiove

Since 1780 the Castello di Montegiove has belonged to the Marquises Misciattelli, who in the foll...

From 30,00 €

Azienda Agricola Palazzone - Winalist
Tasting Palazzone
Pilgrim Tour
Craftsmanship Tour
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Orvieto
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Azienda Agricola Palazzone

The tufa atoll that dominates the landscape of Rocca Ripesena bears witness to a tectonic tumult ...
Orvieto

From 18,00 €

Torre Bisenzio  - Winalist
Meal and tasting
Organic
Località torre bisenzio, allerona
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Torre Bisenzio

Our Estate Described as "Italy's best kept secret", Umbria is an Italian rural id...

From 80,00 €

Tenuta dei Mori - Winalist
Tasting with panoramic view
Organic
Marsciano
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Tenuta dei Mori

Young family-run company in the heart of Umbria. You will be enchanted by the breathtaking view f...

From 28,00 €

Di Filippo  - Winalist
Trotting through the vineyards with appetizers
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Cannara
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Di Filippo

Umbria is a land to be traveled slowly, letting yourself be enchanted by the sweetness and harmon...
Sagrantino di Montefalco

From 75,00 €

Viandante Del Cielo  - Winalist
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Passignano sul trasimeno
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Viandante Del Cielo

Umbria, the green heart of Italy: In 2007, California-based Skywalker bought 24 hectares on the ...

From 45,00 €

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What is the wine region of Umbria?

Umbria is a well-known wine region is located in central Italy. It is situated in the heart of the country, bordered by Tuscany to the west, Marche to the east, and Lazio to the south. Umbria is known for its rolling hills, charming medieval towns, and high-quality wine production, and is particularly famous for its Sagrantino wine, a full-bodied red wine made from the Sagrantino grape variety.

What is the wine region of Umbria?

Umbria is a well-known wine region is located in central Italy. It is situated in the heart of the country, bordered by Tuscany to the west, Marche to the east, and Lazio to the south. Umbria is known for its rolling hills, charming medieval towns, and high-quality wine production, and is particularly famous for its Sagrantino wine, a full-bodied red wine made from the Sagrantino grape variety.

What wine is Umbria famous for?

Umbria is famous for its Sagrantino wine, a full-bodied red wine made from the Sagrantino grape variety. This wine is known for its rich tannins, bold fruit flavors, and complex aromas, and is widely considered to be one of the best red wines produced in Italy. 

In addition to Sagrantino, Umbria is also known for producing other high-quality wines, including Montefalco Rosso, Orvieto, and Torgiano Rosso Riserva. These wines are characterized by their quality and diversity, reflecting the unique terroir and winemaking traditions of the Umbria wine region.

What are the wines of Umbria Italy?

Sagrantino: A full-bodied red wine made from the Sagrantino grape variety, Sagrantino is known for its rich tannins, bold fruit flavors (such as black cherry and blackberry), and complex aromas (such as spice and leather).

Montefalco Rosso: A blend of local grape varieties, Montefalco Rosso is a full-bodied red wine with flavors of ripe red fruit (such as cherry and plum) and a balanced acidity.

Orvieto: A crisp white wine made from a blend of local grape varieties, Orvieto has bright acidity and flavors of citrus (such as lemon and green apple) and minerality.

Torgiano Rosso Riserva: A full-bodied red wine made from a blend of local grape varieties, Torgiano Rosso Riserva has rich fruit flavors (such as blackberry and plum) and soft tannins.

What does Umbria wine taste like?

The taste of Umbria wine varies depending on the grape variety and winemaking style.

Savor the bold flavors of black fruits, minerality, and bitter greens that coat your palate with each sip of the region’s tannin-rich wine. The tannins grow stronger as you drink, making it a perfect pairing with robust foods like aged cheeses, roasted boar, or braised beans that have enough protein to balance out the wine's intense flavor profile.

Overall, Umbria wines are known for their quality and diversity, with a range of flavors and aromas that reflect the region's unique terroir and winemaking traditions.

What are the main grapes of Umbria?

Some of the main grape varieties grown in Umbria include:

  • Sagrantino: A red grape variety that is used to produce Umbria's famous Sagrantino wine, a full-bodied red wine with rich tannins and bold fruit flavors.
  • Grechetto: A white grape variety used to produce crisp white wines with bright acidity and citrusy flavors.
  • Trebbiano: A white grape variety used to produce a range of white wines, from light and crisp to full-bodied and complex.
  • Sangiovese: A red grape variety that is used to produce a variety of red wines, including Torgiano Rosso Riserva.
  • Canaiolo: A red grape variety used in blends with Sangiovese to produce Torgiano Rosso Riserva.

What is the best time of the year to visit Umbria?

The best time of the year to visit Umbria depends on personal preferences and the activities you have planned for your trip. 

However, here are some general considerations:

  • Spring (March to May): Spring is a popular time to visit Umbria as the weather is mild and the countryside is filled with wildflowers and greenery. This is also a good time for wine lovers to visit, as it is the start of the wine-making season.
  • Summer (June to August): Summer is the warmest time of the year in Umbria, making it a good time for outdoor activities such as hiking, picnicking, and swimming.
  • Autumn (September to November): Autumn is a great time to visit Umbria for wine lovers, as the grape harvest is in full swing and many wineries are open for tastings. The weather is also mild and the countryside is filled with vibrant autumn colors.
  • Winter (December to February): Winter is the quietest time of the year in Umbria, but it can still be a beautiful time to visit, especially if you enjoy the peace and quiet of a small town.


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