Prosecco Wine Tour from Venice

Discover the history of prosecco, the most famous Italian sparkling wine, with a tour. You’ll meet your wine expert and guide in Piazzale Roma, close to the old town of Venice, then head into the scenic prosecco hills. Chat with wine producers in authentic and family-run wineries and taste the crisp bubbles that make the wine so popular.

Even though prosecco is a very famous wine, only a few people truly know how to produce it properly. The prosecco-producing region has DOCG status, and the route runs from Treviso to Valdobbiadene. During the drive, you'll see picturesque vineyards stretching far into the distance. 

Delve into the luxuriant and fascinating Valdobbiadene and Conegliano prosecco areas, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Then, visit two local wineries and learn all the secrets of the wine, from harvest to bottling. At the end of the tour, you’ll join a guided wine tasting and enjoy some regional dishes during a light lunch.

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Itineraries with Prosecco Wine Tour from Venice

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