Explore The Best Wineries in Lazio

Winemaking in Lazio region is older than the eternal city of Rome. Here, in modern territory of Lazio, Early Latium inhabitants were consuming wines as early as 8th century BC. Thanks to the ancient volcanoes, wineries in Lazio take advantage of the soils and produce wines with increased complexity. Latina wine road offers a ride through the ages in a picturesque agricultural territories surrounding a metropolis for millennia. Wineries in Lazio offer amazing wines to the visitors who want to taste Roman history!

Are you searching for tips or advice on wineries and vineyards to visit during your holiday to Lazio?

We have provided a list of wineries in Lazio 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 Lazio. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of unforgettable Lazio!

Visit one of our partner wineries, Castello Montesasso, near Mercato Saraceno, Lazio

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries in Lazio

The story of a Roman family of winemakers and their passion

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Casale Mattia Via di Monte Mellone 00044 Monte Compatri RM, Italy

Discover the winery near the ancient Mount Meta dates back to Roman times.

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La Ferriera Srl Societa Agricola, Via Ferriera, Atina, FR, Italy

Organic winery located between the Tiber Valley and Ameniri Mountains

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Orte, VT, Italie

A wine of the Rome territory with an extraordinary elegance and finesse.

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Via Ardeatina Km 24+650, Ardea, Roma, 40, Italy

A Winery that has Preserved 200,000 Bottles of Vintage Wines in the Centuries-Old Caves

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Via Pilozzo 17, Monte Porzio Catone, 78, Italy

Producers of top-quality Italian wines from unexplored terroirs at favorable prices

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Strada Cisterna Nettuno Km 13, Le Ferriere, 4100, Italy

Where the joy of the present blends with the memories of the past

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Villaggio Montesasso 17, Mercato Saraceno, Forli Cesena, 47025, Italy

A Winery that Produces a Massive Amount of 8,000,000 Wine Bottles Every Year

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Via Del Divino Amore, 347, Marino, 47, Italy

Map of Lazio Wineries

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How to Reach Wineries in Lazio

Wineries in Lazio are easily accessible by different means of transportation. 

All roads lead to Rome! 

This statement is still true nowadays since Rome is one of the most connected cities in Italy.

If you are planning a trip to follow the wine road of ancient Romans and visit the wineries in Lazio, Fiumicino International Airport – “Leonardo da Vinci” is the best choice. It is the largest airport in Italy and connects it to any destination all around the world. 

Having Rome as your starting point, the majority of the wineries in Lazio are located in more or less 2 hours driving radius.

Explore the wineries around Castelli Romani in 20 km South-East of Rome. These territories have been historically known as a summertime refuge for Romans. Lakes, green rolling hills and open cellar doors near Castelli Romani promise unforgettable experiences for your long stay or a short getaway from Rome.

If you are planning to take a train journeys to visit wineries in Lazio, you can use the FL lines from Rome. 

Formerly Lazio regional railways consist of 8 commuter rail lines operated by Trenitalia, converging on the city of Rome.

Leonardo Express train line connects Fiumicino International Airport – Leonardo da Vinci to Roma Termini.

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Everything you need to know about wineries in Lazio

Wine lovers visiting Lazio can expect hot, occasionally humid summers, temperate to warm springs, rainy and cool autumns, and cold winters.

The best time to visit the wineries in Lazio is from May until October, when you will have a pleasant temperature and limited rainfall. Although Rome is an all year around destination it is advisable to avoid visiting the wineries in Lazio during winter period.  

Most of the wineries in Lazio are family-owned and lead by individual winemakers that are producing wines with great passion. Even though wineries in Lazio are devoted to the traditional winemaking methods, they also have innovative approach towards modern technologies, sustainability and organic viticulture. 

Among the wineries in Lazio you have the chance to visit some of the top wineries of the Italian wine industry!

Wineries in Lazio have stylish wine tastings halls, breathtaking cellars, wine shops for those who want to buy winery products or order a shipment.

All of wineries in Lazio show great respect to handicap people providing the means for an easy access and great love and affection to companion animals. In Lazio, you will also find wineries that offer accommodation and restoratory services. 

Lazio mainstay grape varieties are Trebbiano, Malvasia di Candia, Malvasia Puntinata and Cesanese. With the renaissance of Lazio wineries during the past two decades, many other varieties adopted successfully such as Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Merlot, Canaiolo and Ciliegiolo. In total, there are more than 200 grape varieties in the area. 

The vast majority of the wineries in Lazio cultivate white grape varieties therefore the region’s reputation is mainly based on its white wines. Although it’s red wines weren’t that popular, they are beginning to make a name for themselves.

Cannellino di Frascati try to take all the credits as a dessert sweet wine.

Some words to remember before you Wineries in Lazio:

  • “Vino”- Wine
  • “Cantina” – Winery
  • “Vigna” – Vine
  • “Vigneto” – Vineyard
  • “Uva” – Grape
  • “Vino Bianco” – White wine
  • “Vino Rosso” – Red wine
  • “Rosé” – Rosé wine
  • “Strada del Vino/dei Vini” – Wine route
  • “Salute!” or “Cin Cin” – Cheers!