Take the Etrusco-Roman Wine Route, in the ancient lands of the Etruscans and Romans along the Tiber, is a real journey in the ancient and modern, looking for suggestions of landscape and close encounters with excellent wines and flavors of the Umbrian tradition.
Already the name and logo synthesize the cultural roots that mark the territory: the Roman culture, with the head of Germanicus of Amelia, and Etruscan, with the head of the Child by the frescoes of the Etruscan tomb Golini nell’Orvietano.
The route of the road, marked by a succession of cellars and wineries, which are inextricably linked to the historic, artistic and environmental, is naturally connected with the supply chain of traditional taste and certified by the oil production in Umbria DOP products organic farming, to those typical of the artistic.
A specification for protecting the quality of tourism, ensuring the consumer and the “traveler of taste” who chose the province of Terni and Umbria: wine farms, agricultural production, receptivity, the administration of food and drink, of artistic adhere to the specification and are subject to periodic monitoring of quality.
In addition to the branch network and regional tourism (IAT), there are two “front doors” available to travelers to gather information about services and products available along the road: the “Palazzo del Gusto” in Orvieto, a center of culture and culinary training hosted by the Province of Terni in the complex of San Giovanni in the medieval quarter of Orvieto, where he is attached to the Regional in exhibition and tasting wine with a comprehensive review of provincial and regional realities; Petrignani Amelia Palace, located in the historical heart of the city, which houses the School of Food. “