Ajaccio, Corsica’s largest city with a population of 60,000, is a bustling white-and-pastel Mediterranean metropolis. It’s worth a visit, particularly if you’re interested in Corsica’s most famous son, Napoleon. Some of the island’s oldest vineyards, such as the Domaine Comte Abbatucci, whose ancestors included Generals in Napoleon’s army, and the Clos d’Alzeto, at 500m in altitude the highest vineyard on the island, are within a one-hour drive of Ajaccio. This 10-page guide includes tasting notes and recommendations for these vineyards and others in the Ajaccio wine appellation, as well as hotel and restaurant recommendations.
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