One of the largest wineries in Italy’s Umbria region, Cantina Tudernum is situated south of Perugia on the slopes of Todi along the ancient road of Via Tiberina. Founded in 1958, the winery produces wine made only with Umbrian grapes obtained from about 350 vineyards of the surrounding district.
You can try some of the wine Cantina Tudernum produces from Umbrian grape varietals at the upcoming Tudernum Wine Dinner organized by the folks of Italian Wine Club at Pontini in Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel on 9 June 2015. Tudernum’s president and chief winemaker Nazzareno Cataluffi will be on hand to explain the wines that will be served during the 5-course dinner.
The Tudernum wine dinner costs $130++ per person.