The wine is one of the best accompanists to eat. It is really delicious for it’s incredible flavor; once one tried, cannot be forgotten. As the years went by the majority of the persons are accustomed to take a glass of wine a day, or when they taste a delicious Italian plate.
For sure, Rome is a must for every traveler in Italy, from first-time visitors to seasoned veterans.
Given its reputation for unrivaled food, architecture and art, it may surprise you that wines from Lazio – the region surrounding Rome – have not historically been considered among the best wines in Italy. Production around the Eternal City has traditionally been lackluster at best.
In the last twenty years Lazio wines have incurred loyal followings from wine enthusiasts worldwide, mostly due to refinement in winemaking techniques. Bottles from the area showcase impressive expressions of both international varietals, such as Cabernet Sauvignon or Semillion, and indigenous grapes, such Cesanese or Aleatico.
For those who can’t quite make it out of the center of the city, try Al Grammelot enoteca located in the Monteverde Vecchio neighborhood of Rome, where Teodoro Capone offers a curated wine list of indigenous varietals from both the region of Lazio and Italy as a whole.