Taste of Sicily

Sep. 11 – 19, 2021

Tour Details

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Level 3
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Eureka by Cal Discoveries Travel
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Final Flyer: Sicily Wine Tour2.28 MB
Tour Description 

  • Please join us Thursday, January 28, 2021, for our free virtual wine tasting event. Learn about Sicily’s viniculture and history as we sip and savor our favorite wines from this beautiful region during a Happy Hour conversation with UC Berkeley Professor Alex Saragoza. Regristration for this event ends on Thursday, December 10, 2020, so don’t hesitate. The event itself is free of charge; registrants will receive an invitation to order a discounted wine tasting package from CAA partners Wine Access at a later date. To register for this event or to find out more information visit our Taste of Sicily: Wine Tasting with Cal Discoveries Travel page.
  • Sicily is a delightful island set in the sparkling seas in the heart of the Mediterranean, as famous for its food as for its diverse cultural legacy that spans the ancient Greeks and Romans to the Spanish via the Moors, amongst many others.
  • Sicily is one of the great cultural crossing points in Europe, viewing itself as a separate continent joined to the current Italian rulers.
  • The complexity of the historical influences creates a culture and food and wine tradition with a very rich heritage from the couscous lovers of the west to the Aztec style chocolate makers of the south.
  • Along with fantastic wine visits we also get to taste homemade food, eat in a Michelin star restaurant, and enjoy spectacular cultural highlights.
  • Undoubtedly this trip to Sicily is bound to exhilarate the senses of any culture, food and wine lover.
  • View the interview with Professor Emeritus Alex Saragoza about the 2021 Sicily trip.

  • Any cancellations made before the final payment date are fully refundable.
  • As guidelines surrounding COVID-19 continue to change, on-tour protocols will be established closer to trip departure. Local restrictions and requirements will be followed and passengers will be expected to adhere to protocols set forth.