Our day begins with a walking tour throughout the enchanting town of Spello.
Spello is an enchanting medieval village at the feet of the Mount Subasio in Umbria. Having been founded by the Romans, it is rich of Roman evidences including the well-preserved Roman walls, the ruins of a theatre and an amphitheatre and the splendid town portals Porta Consolare, Porta Urbica and Porta Venere dating back to the Augustan era.
After having visited the main sights of the town, enjoy a visit to a tiny but cosy brewery situated right into the centre of the town in a medieval house. The laboratory has a small -about 18 hectolitres of beer per month- but excellent production of beer: it is characterized by the use of the so-called “forgotten fruits”, such as the carob, medlar, figues, elder flowers, etc. that give to the beer a special and unique taste. See how they produce their beers and taste them together with a mouth-watering platter of local cold cuts and cheese. (about 1 hour and 30 minutes)
Afterwards, we move to a certified organic wine cellar where we will have the chance to taste their excellent products, among which the well-know DOCG red wine Sagrantino di Montefalco and Passito. Passion, respect and love are the three forces which drive the owners in their daily lives. Passion for their work, respect for the soil and love for the family tradition. Since they strongly believe in the need to find a constant balance between man, soil, flora and fauna, they decided to adopt the organic method which respects the laws of biodynamic farming.
Light lunch with local products at the wine cellar.
✓ Full day tour leader
✓ Visit to a craft brewery with beer degustation
✓ Visit to a biological wine cellar with wine degustation/light lunch (water included).
x Ticket to museums or other
x Local guide
— The tour can be modified upon request
— The tour can be organized with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 16 persons
— The brewery is closed on Sundays
— The visit to Spello is not suitable for who has walking problems
— It is possible to change the visit to Spello with the visit to Assisi