Vineyards in the Castelli Romani Near Rome

26 Jan

Castelli Romani Vineyards


Great walk and excursion from Rome-to the Castelli Romani


Lone Olive Tree-Throughout the winemaking world, olive trees and grapevines seem to have a symbiatoic relationship.


Vineyards and Olive Trees Grow Near an Extinct Volcano


Olive Groves and Vineyards in the Castelli Romani


Dogs like it too!


Vineyards in the Castelli Romani

Though it is winter, on sunny days a walk through the vineyards is a lovely experience.  The Castelli Romani is full of vineyards and olive groves that have fed and “watered” Rome for centuries.  The Castelli Romani is a group of hilltop villages near surrounded by vineyards, olive groves, and fields with sheep and are a perfect wine tasting and cultural excursion from Rome.

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