The best wineries in Liguria

Discover Top Wineries of Liguria to Visit

Wineries in Liguria2021-02-28T20:25:44+00:00

Explore The Best Wineries in Liguria

Liguria is a crescent-shaped coastal region of northwest Italy along the Mediterranean Sea known as the Italian Riviera. Liguria distinguishes itself as a region producing artisan white wines from Vermentino grapes. Riviera Ligure di Ponente, Pornassio,  Cinque Terre, and Golfo del Tigullio are some major appellation of this region. Wineries in Liguria are always open for guests and share their wines and winemaking history. You will find many amazing wineries near Genoa or La Spezia 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 Liguria?
We have provided a list of wineries in Liguria open for visitors with direct booking options through our website. At, we are available to answer any questions and help guide you towards the best fit when planning your wine region experience in Liguria. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of unforgettable Liguria!

Vineyards Of Agriturismo Torre Pernice Winery

Visit Torre Pernice – a family-owned wine estate in the Albenga plain, in western Liguria, and discover the ancient tower built in the 1500s.

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries in Liguria

Stumble upon the largest Ligurian winery, stretched over 11 hectares

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Agriturismo Torre Pernice, Regione Torre Pernice, 3, Albenga, 17035, Italy

When local Wine Goes International

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Contrada Pestella 42, Sestri Levante, 16039, Italy

Everything for the love of the local land

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Via Crociata, 24 -Bastia D'Albenga (Sv), Albenga, 17031, Italy

One of the oldest winery of Liguria producing exquisite sparkling wines

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Via Roma 202, Ortovero, Italy/Savona/Liguria, 17037, Italy

The taste of true quality in Italian wine

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Frazione Acquetico, Pieve Di Teco, 18026, Italy

Map of Wineries in Liguria

Discover the location of wineries in Liguria

How to Reach Wineries in Liguria

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

Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport (GOA) is the major airport in Liguria serving the capital Genoa. There are several daily flights from major European cities such as Rome, London, Munich, Paris, and Madrid. From the airport, it is easy to rent a car or take a shuttle Volabus to the city center. You can take some time to explore the city and then discover wineries in Liguria.


  • Coming from Milan, you can reach Genoa via the A7-E62 traveling 145 km. Take precaution though the last part, from Serravalle to Genoa which is very twisty.
  • You can also take an alternative route, turning off the A7 near Tortona and drive on the A26/A7, following Genova, Ventimiglia, Savona, Voltri which is 20km longer but certainly a safer and more comfortable trip.
  • From Turin, you can drive via A6/E717 to Savona and then go to Genoa following the beautiful, but twisty A10 coast highway, or follow the Genova Piacenza indications you’ll find on the ring road heading south which offers fewer sightseeing opportunities.
  • From Tuscany, you can drive via A12 from Rosignano to Genoa. From November 1 to March 31 you must have snow chains on board between the gates of Carrodano and Sestri Levante, even though snow is seldom a problem here.Reach your destination and explore wineries in Liguria.

It is easy to travel to Genoa, the capital of Liguria, by train from Milan, Turin, Rome, Florence, and many other cities of Italy. There is also a direct train connecting with Nice.

There are two main train stations in Genoa:

  • Brignole serves most local routes. You can take a train from Genoa Brignole to Albenga, where you will be able to visit some of the best wineries in Liguria. 
  • Principe serves local and long-distance trains, and many trains from Milan and beyond will only stop at this station.Reach your destination and explore wineries in Liguria.

Read More about Wineries in Liguria

Everything you need to know about wineries in Liguria.

The best time to visit wineries in Liguria is months between May and September. During these months, there is a lower chance of rain and the temperature is milder. If you want to avoid tourist crowds, travel in Liguria during spring or Autumn months since July and August you will find Ligurian cities fully occupied by visitors.  

Wineries in Liguria are traditional, yet innovative. Most of the wineries are family-run, small size with an artisan approach towards winemaking. Here, you will also find wineries that follow organic and biodynamic philosophies. All in all, visiting wineries in Liguria is once in a lifetime experience because of there uniqueness and location on the steep hills overlooking breathtaking landscapes. 

Touring wineries in Liguria will help you discover more about winemaking techniques, philosophies with their great history and rich culture.

Almost all wineries in Liguria have their special tasting room but you have always the option to taste wine strolling through vineyards. Wineries, cellar houses, and co-operatives offer guided tours where you can learn firsthand what makes Liguria wines so special. Use the details from our website as the basis for your next expedition, so you visit different areas in turn and taste the wines made by different wineries.

If you plan to have a longer stay, there are lots of wineries in Liguria along the wine route that offer accommodation. You can always buy your favorite Ligurian wine directly from the winery which can be taken home as a souvenir.

Wineries in Liguria produce mostly white wines from Vermentino, Pigato, and Rossese grape varieties. You will also find Albarola, Bianchetta Genovese, Bosco, Lumassina from whites and Ciliegiolo, Granaccia and Sangiovese from the red grapes.

Despite the fact the over 75% of the wine produced in Liguria is white, Ligurian wineries also produce amazing rose and red wines. 


Here are some useful language tips that might help you during your visit to wineries in Liguria:

  • Wine = Vino
  • Winery = Cantina
  • Vineyard = Vigneto
  • Vine = Vigna
  • Red Wine = Vino Rosso
  • White Wine = Vino Bianco
  • Prosecco is always Prosecco!
  • Wine Route = Strada del Vino
  • Wine Tasting = Degustazioni di Vino
  • Cheers! = Cin Cin! or Salute!


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