Savour creamy farm-produced burrata. Sip wine beneath grape-heavy vines. Sample fresh-from-the-ocean seafood. Inspired by the slow food movement, this tour introduces the culinary traditions, tucked away villages and breathtaking architecture of this sublime corner of Italy.
Small Group Offers
From AUD: $1,999
Duration: 6 Days
Join this fun-filled culinary adventure where you will be based at a gourmet farmhouse, located in the country outside of Bologna. Unwind and enjoy good company in a beautiful atmosphere, and in between cooking classes, visit the best local food artisans and discover how slow food products are made.
An unusual nine day group tour that combines the best of Piedmonte in northern Italy and Burgundy in France. This all inclusive wine and food exploration will have you visiting the likes of Barolo, Barbaresco, Alba, Beaune and Burgundy, as well as a short stop in the Lavaux vineyards of Switzerland! Cooking classes, wine tastings and wine dinners as well as truffle hunting are all featured here.
Be sure to consider this tour which includes Umbria, the so called 'green heart' of Italy. Not only do you taste the best of traditional Tuscany but you will venture into neighbouring Umbria to uncover some hidden gems too. This one off group departure is a great way to see and taste some of Italy's finest.
Join this one-off group departure to explore Puglia (the heel of Italy's boot). Eat, drink and cook your way through the sparkling coastal villages. Stay in countryside 'masseria' and villas. It's the perfect way to see this less-visited part of Italy in a cost effective, yet still enjoyable way.
From AUD: $4,596
Duration: 9 Days
From the steep slopes of Montalcino to the soft hills that run from Bolgheri towards the Mediterranean sea, discover two famous wines, and in so doing embrace the heart of Tuscany and sample the best of its great wines: Nobile, Brunello, Chianti, Vernaccia, Bolgheri and Sassicaia
From AUD: $4,439
Duration: 8 Days
This is a region to be discovered and enjoyed: rolling, vineyard covered hills, with the white peaks of the Alps as a backdrop; this is the cradle of the ‘slow food’ movement, and we meander along the famous Barolo, Barbaresco, and Gavi vineyards. Taste the many regional delicacies: the spicy ‘Bagna Cauda’, fine chocolates, an infinite variety of cheeses and of course, the king of this area, the famous white truffle of Alba. The lands of the Langhe and Monferrato, still to a great extent, are unknown to many, and are quite special. Here you will experience great food, excellent wines and you will stay in many unique accommodations.
If you would like to explore ancient Greece and enjoy the food and wine of the Peloponnese peninsula this small group package may well be for you. With the curious theme of ethonobotany (the use of plants as medicine and food) combined with wine and well being you are sure to not only experience the best of Greece but also learn a great deal too.
From AUD: $3,389
Duration: 6 Days
A great way to see two wine regions of France in a cost effective manor. This package features 'join in' tours to keep the costs down but still allows you to see and taste the best of Burgundy and Champagne.