Explore The Best Wineries in Corsica

Corsica is an island in the Tyrrhenian Sea producing wines under IGP Ile de Beauté, literally ” The Isle of Beauty”. Coteaux d’Ajaccio and Patrimonio  are the main sub-regions in Corsica. Wineries in Corsica are always open for guests and are willing to share their wines and winemaking history. You will find many amazing wineries near Ajaccio or Porto Vecchio as well as hundreds of other attractions to visit throughout the region.

Are you searching for tips or advice on wineries and vineyards to visit during your holiday to Corsica?
We have provided a list of wineries in Corsica open for visitors with direct booking options through our website. At WineTourism.com, we are available to answer any questions and help guide you towards the best fit when planning your wine region experience in Corsica. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of unforgettable Corsica!

Wine shop at the DOMAINE TERRA di CATONI winery

Visit Domaine Terra Di Catoni, one of our partner wineries in Corsica.

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries

Here you will discover traditional Corsican grapes varieties circled with a beautiful landscape.

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Domaine d'Alzipratu, Zilia, France

Discover Natural Wines from a Select Varieties of Grapes

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Porticciolo, Cagnano, Haute Corse, 20228, France

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Everything you need to know about wineries in Corsica

There is no best time to visit wineries in Corsica because the weather is sunny and warm all-year round and the temperature of the water is pleasant until September. If you plan to visit wineries in Corsica, a pleasant period is either Spring or the beginning of Autumn when the weather is not too hot and the island is less crowded.

In July and August the temperature oscillates between 30° and 38°, so it’s very hot to roam around the internal parts of the island. Summers are for laying on a beautiful Corsican beach!

Wineries in Corsica typically:

  • Have a long history
  • Are family-run
  • Apply an ecological and biodynamic approach to their wine-growing and winemaking
  • Have incredible natural views of mountains and shiny sea

Visiting wineries in Corsica will open a whole new book of winemaking techniques, philosophies with their great history and rich culture.

Our partner wineries in Corsica offer all the best facilities to their guests, from reduced mobility access, activities for kids, bus parking and even the possibility to bring pets.

Domaine Terra di Catoni has a hotel and a restaurant where they serve typical Corsican meals and specialities.

The three major grape varieties grown by wineries in Corsica are Nielluccio, Sciacarello and Vermentino.

There actually are 30 more grape varieties that are grown here with origins from France, Italy, and Spain.

Some words to remember before you visit wineries in Provence:

  • “Vignoble” – Winery
  • “Vin” – Wine
  • “Vignoble” – Vineyard
  • “Vigne” – Vine
  • “Dégustaction de vins” – Wine tasting
  • “Cave à vins” – Wine cellar
  • “Vin rouge” – Red wine
  • “Vin blanc – White wine
  • “Vin rosé” – Rosé wine

If you want to say cheers in France, you definitely need to take some language classes.

Depending on the context, you can say “À ta santé! or “À la tienne!” if you are cheering with only one person. In case you are with a group of people, you can say  “A votre santé!” or if you would like to offer a toast, start your sentence with “À la santé de…!”

Are you interested in reading more about Corsica? Read our travel guide to Corsica wine region, or visit our selection of the very best guide of Wine Tastings & Tours in Corsica that you can book during your stay.