For lovers of good wine and typical Italian cuisine, don’t miss out on the weekend of 2-3 October 2010, dedicated to Castelli Romani wine.
An appreciated high quality wine which during the last few years has become known and has touched many palates all around the world. We suggest that you arrive on a Friday evening to enjoy all the beauty that Rome has to offer.
During the next morning we advise a visit to the most lovely and characteristics places in Rome: the Coliseum, the Pantheon and Piazza di Spagna. In the afternoon, visit the Castelli Romani zone to visit the Diffuso del Vino Museum in Monte Porzio Catone.
Here you will have the possibility to taste both wines and typical produce, within an enjoyable environment of a Roman local, with an open reconstruction of an ancient “fraschetta”.
For the 3rd of October we suggest to unite a little sacrament with a little profanity. In the morning visit the Vatican city with a visit to the Pieta of Michelangelo, the Vatican museums and the Sistine Chapel with the Universal Justice. In the afternoon return towards the Castelli Romani where you can attend the Uva di San Marino festival, near Rome. It is considered the most ancient feast in Italy. In fact, it started in 1573 and is famous all around the world for a particular and bizarre ‘miracle’.
The festival, rich with shows and lights, concludes with the ‘miracle of wine which flows from the fountains’, which doesn’t have any more water… Something to see and in a particular fashion, to try!
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