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Rooftops of Rome Private Tour
An evening of wine and food tasting on some of the most beautiful rooftops overlooking the Eternal City. You will sample 5 different Italian wines in the most exclusive, well-known establishments in Rome.
An evening of wine and food tasting on some of the most beautiful rooftops overlooking the Eternal City. You will sample 5 different Italian wines and delicacies in the most exclusive, well-known establishments in Rome. Each carefully selected to create a truly unique experience that will make for the most memorable evening in Rome.
This exclusive tour from Eden Walks takes you to some of the most beautiful, secret rooftop locations in Rome and includes a sampling of 5 different Italian wines. Each one carefully selected to create a truly unique experience that will make for the most memorable evening. All while savoring the many eatables typical to Rome. You will be introduced to an array of wines, ranging in complexity from light to full-bodied, while learning the history behind each. Your guide will even share the secrets and scandals behind the beautiful places that become the backdrop of your evening. Understand the difference between Montepulciano di Abruzzo from 1700 compared to other wines, discover Chianti’s 300-year old history and become acquainted with the unknown treasure that is Morellino di Scansano.
This wonderful wine pairing begins on Borromini Terrace where you will sip on an exquisite glass of a delicious but lesser-known DOCG red from the Tuscany region. And the perfect complement to that – a wonderful selection of ricotta and mozzarella cheese, toasted bread, and olive oil from nearby Sabina (part of the Lazio region).
Your education continues on to the Relais Hotel Rooftop. Nibble on some more delicious cheese and salami as you enjoy your second glass of wine – a Montepulciano, the popular and extremely tasty medium-bodied red synonymous with the Abruzzo region.
Then sample the two most famous pastas in Rome – Cacio e Pepe and all’Amatriciana, appropriately paired with a class of Chianti. Your next taste is Carciofi alla giudia – a deep-fried artichoke recipe with deep roots and to this day, still one of the best-known dishes in Roman cuisine. And to aid in your digestion, your generous meal will be topped off with some limoncello.
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