From international travels and industry knowledge, the team of The Savory Affair has extensive experience coordinating and arranging vineyard trips, whether locally, in wine country in Napa and Sonoma Valleys or Italy.

As planners, The Savory Affair coordinates vineyard tours and tastings, group dinners, transportation, hotel accommodations and special visits with some of the most renowned vineyards, to create an unforgettable experience. Often traveling to wine country can be a source of stress for many because of the many pieces that need to come together. The Savory Affair can take care of everything so it isn’t anything but an enjoyable experience.

Check out the Feature Story from the East Greenwich Pendulum about the Savory Tours!


The Savory Experience in Long Island 2018

Long Island’s North Fork, the playground to the famous & wealthy, will be yours with The Savory Grape’s Jessica Granatiero and Tulay Lawton from April 25-28, 2018. You will engage in educational wine and culinary activities, and savor gourmet foods and wine with VIP status at vineyards, specialty farms and restaurants near Greenport, NY. For details on this boutique food and wine tour, specifically inclusions, your hosts and investment, click here. We hope you will join us! Space is limited so register soon by contacting or


Savoring Piedmont 2017

Click through this slide show to follow Proprietor Jessica Granatiero, as she takes guests on a private tour through Piedmont, Italy, home to the renowned Barolo and Barbaresco. On this gourmet wine and food savory experience, the tour group enjoyed:

  • luxurious accommodations in a restored home to the former president of Italy, Luigi Einaudi
  • culinary experiences, including lunch at a Michelin Star restaurant
  • private visits to Barolo & Barbaresco vineyards & wineries, and more.

One of the most amazing nights the group experienced was visiting & dining Cantine Marchesi di Barolo. The lovely owner, Anna Abonna, made it a most special evening of entertaining, wine and Italian life.

Learn the difference between Barolo and Barbaresco wines from Vine Pair.