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Best area for wine and which one?

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I don't want to start a war of words but where would you suggest is the best city to really enjoy wine and what type is the best in the region. Either red or white is fine, perhaps even sweet if it is a desert wine. I believe I read limoncello is a favorite...somewhere I am hoping to book a private tour with about 8 people and we are not sure what port stop (s) would make the most sense. The problem, of course, is we want to see every possible sight there is to see too. The ship is going to Florence, Rome (been there before) Naples, Venice and Ravenna. All wonderful places but I really would like to get the official winery taste test in too, even if it isn't at a winery ! Will I have trouble bringing some back to the States? I'm not sure if there is an allowance number. I also want to purchase olive oil to take home. Which reminds me, I'd better take along a lot of bubble wrap.

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