This stunning coastline that stretches from the French border in the North to Tuscany in the South is a Unesco World Heritage site. Tourists sip white wines made from Pigato and Vermentino to quench their thirst midway on the walking trail that connects the five towns of Cinque Terre. A light red, Rossese di Dolceaqua DOC is a light red typically enjoyed with local seafood and rarely exported. The viticultural landscape is truly impressive here as vines grow on steep terraces dating back to Roman times and workers access them via monorail. The white wine Cinqueterre DOC and the sweet passito called Sciacchetra DOC are produced in diminishing quantities and generally consumed locally.