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Thumbnail Amarone Insight Wine Tour: Visit 2 Family-run wineries with Light Lunch in Valpolicella from Verona
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
7 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 8
From €107.00
“Discover Valpolicella's charm: visit two family-run wineries, taste wine and enjoy a light lunch. Scenic, flavorful, unforgettable!”
Thumbnail Winedering through historic taverns of Verona with Sommelier
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
3 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 6
From €85.00
“A different way to discover Verona, together with Winedering!”
Thumbnail The Verona Tour: Food, Wine, History & Lunch or dinner aperitif & Cable car
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
4 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 12
From €90.00
“Delicious wine & dining stops and a cable car ride to end the day with an amazing view over Verona!”
Thumbnail Visit to 2 wineries in Valpolicella & lunch in a local trattoria
Negrar, Verona (Valpolicella)
6 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €113.00
“Curious to know why Valpolicella is such a famous wine area? Have you ever heard of Amarone? Visit 2 historic vineyards and taste 10 wines”
Thumbnail Full day Valpolicella Wine Tour from Verona: 3 Winery visits with lunch
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
7 Hours
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 12
From €295.00
“A perfect Valpolicella wine tour: Eat, drink, and be merry!”
Thumbnail Valpolicella Wine Tasting Tour: Wine, Soul and History
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
3 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 20
From €130.00
“Explore the hilly region of Valpolicella, known for its renowned Amarone DOCG wines and rich culinary traditions.”
Thumbnail Full Day Valpolicella Wine Tour: The Origin of Amarone Wine
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
7 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 4
From €250.00
“Discover Valpolicella's beauty with a private car and driver. Visit a family-run winery producing Amarone DOCG, enjoy a guided wine tasting”
Thumbnail Valpolicella Wine Tour: Wine, Cheese and Salami Tasting Tour
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
4 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 4
From €175.00
“Immerse yourself in the flavour of Valpolicella with a private car, driver, and Wine Expert at your service.”
Thumbnail Valpolicella Wine Discovery Tour - Lunch at the winery, guided tours and tastings
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
5 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 4
From €215.00
“Embark on a captivating Valpolicella Wine Discovery Tour, exploring two historical wineries in the picturesque hills.”
Thumbnail Full Day Valpolicella Wine Tour with Show Cooking
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
7 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 4
From €250.00
“Indulge in a historical salami and cheese tasting, followed by a pasta show cooking experience at a family-run trattoria and a winery visit”
Thumbnail Valpolicella Wine Tour: Amarone Wine Comparisons and Contrasts
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
4 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 20
From €155.00
“Immerse yourself in a sensory experience in the heart of Valpolicella Classica as you visit two wineries in different valleys.”
Thumbnail Valpolicella Wine & Olive Oil Tour and Tasting
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
4 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 20
From €170.00
“Immerse yourself in the beauty of Valpolicella with a private car, driver, and Wine Expert at your service. Wine and Olive Tour and Tasting”
Thumbnail Full Day Wine Tour: Durello Doc & Olive Oil of Lessini Mountains
Verona, Verona (Valpolicella)
7 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 4
From €250.00
“Explore the scenic routes to a winery producing Durello DOC sparkling wine, followed by a guided visit to Soave and an Olive Oil Mill.”
Thumbnail The Window on Valpolicella: Guided walk through the Vineyards with Winery Visit and Wine Tasting
San Pietro in Cariano, Verona (Valpolicella)
3 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 10
From €60.00
“An authentic journey through the vineyards of the renowned Valpolicella, guided by the Wine Expert & a tasting of fine wines at the winery”

More information on Valpolicella

If for you the perfect setting for a wine tasting is a beautiful hilly area, bordered by Lake Garda on one side and the Mountains of Lessinia on the other, then Valpolicella is the place for you. In this rich landscape, located only a few kilometers from Verona in the Italian region of Veneto, you will be able to admire different scenarios, from calcareous mountains to soft hills covered by vineyards, to towns filled with architectural beauty.

Thanks to Valpolicella's particular climate and geological configuration, you will be able to taste some unique wines during your winery visits in the area. Valpolicella boasts more than one appellation with international prestige: Valpolicella, Valpolicella Ripasso, Amarone della Valpolicella and Recioto della Valpolicella. All Valpolicella wines are characterized by a strong link with the native vines of the area, and the most prestigious Valpolicella wines share a peculiar production technique, the appassimento, for which grapes are left to rest for about three months in racks or crates. During this time, the grapes lose up to half their weight allowing the aromas and natural sugars to concentrate.

Which food to taste in Valpolicella?

Valpolicella is especially known for its high-quality wines, but, like most of Italy, this area offers many lovely regional specialties to pair with your favorite glass of Valpolicella during your next wine tasting. Some must-tries of the area are risotto all'Amarone, brasato all'Amarone, bigoli con le sarde, bollito con la pearà, riso al Tastasal.

Which wines to taste in Valpolicella?

During your wine tastings and winery visits in Valpolicella, you will have the opportunity to discover the many facets of some of Veneto's indigenous grape varieties. The most widespread vines in Valpolicella are Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara. Other native varieties include Oseleta, Croatina, Dindarella and Spigamonti.

Which is the best season to visit Valpolicella?

Valpolicella is the perfect location to enjoy a weekend filled with wine tastings and visits to the many wineries of the area. Like many other wine tourism locations in Italy, the best moments to visit Valpolicella are either spring or autumn, when temperatures are more pleasant. Visiting Valpolicella in spring will allow you to see the vineyards in bloom, while autumn corresponds to the harvesting season.

What things to do in Valpolicella?

Valpolicella offers several stunning wineries to visit and memorable wine tours to enjoy. During your time here, we also recommend visiting some of the areas highlights, like: San Giorgio di Valpolicella, Lake Garda, the garden of Pojega, Villa Mosconi Bertani, Parco delle Cascate di Molina.