Wine Tasting in an Appian Way vineyard by e-bike
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Price per Person
USD 115,00 $
Lungotevere delle Armi 44 - Via dei Cerchi 59
Take a sip of Rome: The Wine Tour at Appia AnticaWine lover? Even in the Capital city, it’s time to raise your glass! During the Wine Tour at Appia Antica by e-bike you will be guided to discover the historic vineyard that embraces Parvus Ager Nature Reserve. The view of the ancient Roman ruins and the breeze that blows on the field as you pedal inside the vineyard will be an integral part of your sensory experience, that will conclude with the wine tasting. Inside Parvus Ager Nature Reserve you will get a sense of well-being and relaxation: you will begin the visit with a beautiful ride through the vineyards, admiring the different cultivations of different wines, passing through the modern cellar, where you can hear some stories about the wine making process, and finally taste the beloved wine of the Parvus Ager winery, along with a platter of cold cuts and cheese typical of the area, perfect to share and enjoy in good company.
Explore the ancient Appian Way and enjoy the wine tasting in RomeWine is the nectar of the gods: they knew well since the beginning of time. That laid the foundations of the development of the winemaking tradition of Rome. During this tour, you will hop on an e-bike and comfortably enjoy jour journey discovering the most ancient highway of Rome: Appia Antica. Indeed, your itinerary will be the the Appian Way, which is one of the most important access routes of the Roman Empire city. You will follow your guide through impressive aqueducts and learn more about important landmarks like Mausoleo of Cecilia Metella, Circus of Maxentius. You will go through Appia Antica’s Regional Park until you get inside the Natural Reserve, where you will delight your palate with excellent wines matched with local samples of food.
- Use of bicycle
- Wine Tastings
- Food & drinks
- Tips (optional)
Notes and Suggestions
- We recommend wearing comfortable shoes
- Public transportation nearby
- Infants must not sit on laps
- Infant seats unavailable