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Wine tour and Tasting in Nocciano

5 (31)
Nocciano, IT

Wine tour and Tasting in Nocciano

5 (31)
Nocciano, IT
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Embark on an extraordinary wine tour and tasting in Nocciano, Abruzzo. Prepare to be amazed as you delve into the rich wine history of the region, exploring one of the oldest wineries in Abruzzo. With stunning views of the Gran Sasso and Majella mountains, this tour takes you on a journey through underground tunnels where hundreds of thousands of bottles are aged to perfection. Immerse yourself in the ethno-antropologic museum that showcases the viticultural and peasant traditions of Abruzzo. After the fascinating tour, indulge in a tasting of exquisite wines and savor the flavors of typical appetizers. This captivating experience lasts for approximately 2 hours, giving you ample time to soak in the beauty and history of this cherished winery. Join us for a wine adventure that will leave you enchanted and craving for more.

About this experience

  • Admission Included
  • 2 hours
  • Suitable for 1-10 Participants
  • Private Tour, Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Tour of the entire vinification process
  • Visit to the underground tunnels for wine ageing
  • Collection of historical vintages
  • Ethno-antropologic museum showcasing viticultural and peasant tradition
  • Wine tasting
  • Ethno-antropologic itinerary
  • Food tasting
  • Transportation to/from attractions
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Cantine Bosco Nestore

The visit follows the route of the entire vinification process, from the weighting machine, trough the stemmer-crushers, the pressing and fermentation area. The tour continues through the maturation, in concrete and oak barrels, and the bottling zone, then in the undergrounds tunnels for ageing. The tour ends with a collection of historical vintages and the museum of wine.

Admission Included

More about this experience


Discover the rich wine history of Abruzzo with the Wine tour and Tasting in Nocciano. This extraordinary tour takes you on a journey through the oldest winery in Abruzzo, located between the majestic Gran Sasso and Majella mountains. Immerse yourself in the viticultural and peasant tradition of Abruzzo as you explore the underground tunnels where hundreds of thousands of bottles are aged. The winery also houses an ethno-anthropologic museum, showcasing fascinating items related to the wine culture of Abruzzo.

What to expect?

During this 120-minute tour, you can anticipate a comprehensive experience of the wine-making process. From the weighing machine to the stemmer-crushers, pressing, and fermentation areas, you'll gain insight into every step involved in producing exquisite wines. Continue your journey as you explore the maturation process in concrete and oak barrels, followed by a visit to the bottling zone. The highlight of the tour awaits as you venture into the underground tunnels, where time stands still as the wines age gracefully.

Who is this for?

The Wine tour and Tasting in Nocciano is perfect for wine enthusiasts, history buffs, and anyone seeking a unique cultural experience. Whether you're a connoisseur or a novice, this tour caters to all levels of wine appreciation. Discover the fascinating heritage of Abruzzo's wine production and gain a deeper understanding of its significance in the region. This tour is suitable for individuals, couples, and groups who have a thirst for knowledge and an appreciation for fine wines.

Why book this?

Embark on this remarkable tour to embrace the authentic wine culture of Abruzzo. As you explore the underground tunnels and witness the aging process, you'll be captivated by the history and tradition that have shaped these exceptional wines. The opportunity to taste a selection of these wines, coupled with typical appetizers, elevates this experience to a sensory delight. The Wine tour and Tasting in Nocciano provides a unique blend of education, history, and indulgence, making it an unforgettable experience for wine lovers and curious travelers alike.

Good to know

Please note that the total duration of the tour is approximately 120 minutes. The meeting point is at C.da Casali 147 Nocciano (PE), where you'll find the Winery shop doorbell. The tour covers the entire vinification process, from weighing to fermentation and bottling. After exploring the winery, you'll have the chance to delve into the fascinating historical vintages and the museum of wine. Take advantage of this opportunity to deepen your knowledge of winemaking traditions and soak in the charming ambiance of this enchanting winery in Abruzzo.


Guests who have experienced the Wine tour and Tasting in Nocciano have praised the exceptional insight provided into the wine history of Abruzzo. Many have marveled at the underground tunnels where the wines age, adding a sense of awe to the tour. The knowledgeable and passionate guides have been highly commended, ensuring that every visitor leaves with a deeper appreciation for the region's wine culture. Guests have also raved about the wine tasting experience, praising the quality and variety of wines presented. Overall, the reviews echo a sense of satisfaction and gratitude for the rich and memorable experience offered by this tour.



5 (31)


Only two of us on the day as one couldn't make it. Normally bigger groups but we enjoyed the attention from our excellent English speaking guide. Have visited a couple of other wineries in Abruzzo but each one is different. In this case, we enjoyed the Museum very much and finishing off with really nice food and wine tasting. Even though I was driving, I was able to taste each wine and then tip what I didn't dare drink into a special jug (or preferably into my wife's glass for her enjoyment!). We were then able to purchase a few bottles to take home at a reasonable price. Finding the winery wasn't too bad with the SatNav, down the Autostrada from Prato Pelina/Sulmona towards Pescara and then off at Scafa towards Nocciano. The road gets a bit narrow towards the end but not too bad. We will definately come again some time when we can round up a few friends to make up a group.


Tour guide was very knowledgeable about the history and wine making process. She also easily switched from Italian to English to accommodate a mixed group of locals and Americans. Food was a nice complement to the wine. The wines were good, but did not blow us away. Views, scenery, and tour were worth the visit.


In Abruzzo and maybe a little way off the beaten track, but we’ll worth the detour if you are interested in wine and it’s production. A guide was very knowledgable.


The whole experience was excellent. An amazing guide who provided so much interesting information about the winery. The wine tasting and food was exceptional in such a unique surrounding. I recommend to anyone visiting. Thank you for a great experience.

Catherine K

This was a highlight of our trip.Our guide was so knowledgeable and gave us a sense of history that made the tour interesting. The wine tasting was accompanied with delicious antipasto. To top it off we met a sweet couple on their honeymoon! We were celebrating 50 years of marriage and so meeting them was poignant. Great wine adventure!


Giovanna was so informative and very happy to share all she new. The wine and food was amazing. I would visit again so I would highly recommend doing this tour. You won't be disappointed!


Fabulous wine tasting experience and tour. Very informative and interesting. They’ve added a wine museum to the tour which is full of all sorts of memorabilia. You have 4 different types of wine for the tasting with plate of meats, cheeses and fruit all served under pergola. Very good value. Definitely recommend.


This vineyard tour was amazing. Beyond my expectations. We weren’t rushed and the tour lasted approximately three hours. Nestere is an excellent tour guide. He took the time to explain in detail the wine making process ad how the equipment operates. This family owned business has created a huge museum in the cellar of wine making artifacts and Abruzzo life syle artifacts from the 1800 and prior. The museum is incredible and full of antique items! A historian’s dream come true! The tour is followed by an excellent outdoor lunch and sampling of 5 Montepulciano wines. Giovanna taught us a lot about how to taste wines and identify different flavours. She explained why you should swirl and smell your wineglass. Giovanna is extremely knowledgeable. This is a vineyard tour that you should not miss! Thank you Nestere and Giovanna for keeping wine making and Abruzzo history alive! Best wishes, Flaviana


We were amazed when the owner, whose great grandfather started the winery in 1897, did the first part of the tour. He explained the family history, took us through the museum, showing us old artifacts collected over the years. Truly impressive. The wine making process was very interesting and the wine was very good. The charcuterie board, containing local products, was also good. We enjoyed our time.


I’m a big lover of Montepulchiano and so I had high expectations. Safe to say they were met and exceeded. A very interesting tour which took us through current production methods and the history of Bosco. We then got to sample 5 wines, including two of their best which - a wonderful Montepulchiano and a very enjoyable and complex Chardonnay (and I don’t really like Chardonnay) To top it all off there was a very generous and tasty cheese and meat selection to go with it. Would highly recommend. I only wish I wasn’t flying home and could have bought more wine!
Collected by Evendo, Tripadvisor & Viator
2024-02-22 22:05
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