Numbers are limited to eight on this small-group experience, ensuring you’ll enjoy personalized attention from your host.
- 2.5-hour tasting session and meal in a gourmet enoteca in Rome, near Campo de' Fiori
- Meet the bar owner and learn about the Lazio area’s regional cuisine
- Sample up to six different red and white Lazio wines, and learn about their characteristics from the bar's sommelier
- Pair the wine with delights like fresh pasta, artisan bread, salmon and dessert
- Upgrade to enjoy cured meats, smoked fish and cheeses, too
- Small-group activity with a maximum of eight people ensures a more intimate experience
What You Can Expect
Sip on six different glasses of Lazio wine, and discover how their flavors are complemented by food. Italians rarely drink without eating, so follow the lead of your host and savor a typical Roman pasta dish (perhaps cannelloni or lasagne with vegetables in a white wine sauce) with chunks of artisan bread. A dessert wine called recioto di amarone della Valpolicella is then served along with a dessert of either chocolate pudding or fruit.
Whet your appetite for more? Upgrade to enjoy a further two courses! After the first course (as described above), you'll enjoy an inviting selection of six regional cheeses, six premium salamis and hams as well as a cold meat and smoked fish platter.
WONDERFUL!!! Massimo was great! He gave the perfect amount of teaching with the perfect amount of great wine and food. This was the perfect ending to our whole trip.
Great wines paired with fantastic food! Learnt a lot about Italian wine in such a short time.
Awesome! The food and wine were incredible.
What an evening! Our party consisted of our son and his girlfriend, private wine tasting. A table was set up by the window and we could see all the local patrons having wine and enjoying this special wine bar as we were about to experience. The knowledge of Masimo, 5th generation, and he was also the chief, made this a cultural experience we were looking for. The wine was from local vineyards, fabulous selection, and the food was just as fabulous, home cooking. This was an experience not to be missed and it complemented our day of tours. It was a great way to end our day and one we will never forget.
Everything was wonderful, we actually had our Wedding in this little place. Small but great time.
The wine was delicious and the owner was incredibly friendly and knowledgable. However, the upgrade was either inaccurately described or simply not worth it. I received pasta, a small amount of cheese and prosciutto and that was it for the food. The price of the regular tasting would be worth it but the upgrade is certainly overpriced.
Too much talking about non relevant stuff. Venue very noisy and we could hardly hear the guide. Food and wine were good but not really enough of either.
The wine bar did not know i was coming and never got my salami/cheese plate. The place was nice, but i expected something more personable for the amount of money i paid.
The host was very knowledgeable lots of wine information.The food and quantity was very poor
The sommelier was very good. But the venue was crowded, so it was very hard to hear what he said. We did paid for extra food, but didnt get any more food then the guests who had not paid for an upgrade. The only difference was that we got carpaccio When the others got cheese and Pork meat. It was sold to us as something better than it was.