Take a public bus up to the hilltop town of Montenero a short 15 minutes away and meet the wine grower Andrea there.
Follow your guide on a small trail until you reach a Montenero vineyard. The town and vineyard both enjoy sweeping views over the Cinque Terre, a beautiful National Park on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. Learn about this region’s traditional wine-making methods - centuries-old techniques that have stood the test of time - as you walk through the rows of grapes. The focus is on making high-quality wine without using chemical products, and the results are the pride of the Cinque Terre.
After a tour of the vineyard, you'll enjoy two local wines to taste the delicate fruit flavors and find out first-hand how organic wine-making makes a difference. Nibble on a traditional Ligurian focaccia bread while you sip your wine and listen to how these wines were made.
At the conclusion of your 3-hour exploration of Cinque Terre wines, your tour ends where it began. You can go back to Riomaggiore by foot, by bus or by private transfer.