“ A perfect Valpolicella wine tour: Eat, drink, and be merry! ”
From: €295.00
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Duration: 7 Hours
Cancel Free: 4 Days Prior
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 12

Here is what's in store for you

This full-day wine adventure offers an exploration of the famous Amarone hills and Amarone's unique winemaking method with a local certified guide! 

While on the road, sit back, relax, and admire the rolling vineyard landscape. Just 20 minutes from Verona, the Valpolicella wine region is one of Italy’s most famed and appreciated wine-producing regions, renowned not only for Amarone wine but also for Ripasso and sweet Recioto. During the day get an inside look at all the steps of the winemaking process, from fermentation to bottling. Complete the experience with a unique tasting of different vintages of Amarone (available vintages 2017 and older). As a plus, one of the producers offers a delectable extra virgin olive oil tasting.

Between vineyard and winery visits, enjoy a delicious, traditional lunch – of course, always paired with Valpolicella wine! The afternoon winery visit offers a walk through the vineyards where you learn about different indigenous grape varieties of the Valpolicella wine region. We then have our wine tasting session, finishing with a grappa toast to end the day together. Depending on the season, we will also do unique panoramic stops on our way.

Where we are

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How to reach us

Meet your guide in Piazza Bra Square, 28, under the big clock and the international pharmacy.

Booking Policy & Details

Max. 12 people

How much does it cost?

You can easily check all the prices clicking on 'Check Availability' button and selecting a date

How many people can participate?

Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 12

Included

  • Private transportation
  • Certified guide and wine expert
  • Visit to 3 Wineries with wine tastings at each winery
  • Tasting of special Amarone old vintages
  • Extra virgin olive oil tasting
  • Private lunch at one of the wineries

Should I book online?

Booking online in advance is required!

How can I book online?

You can do it in less than a minute! Click on the 'Check Availability' button, choose the date and time among those available and fill in the rest of the requested information.

How do I check availability?

Click on the 'Check Availability' button! You'll find an interactive calendar with dates and times!

How many languages are available?

The languages available for this amazing experience are: English, Italiano. You can choose one of these languages during the booking process.

How long is the experience?

About 7 Hours

May I cancel the booking for free?

You can cancel for free until 4 Days Prior

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