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Located in the northeast of the country, Veneto is famous for its Garda Lake, Dolomites mountains and the beautiful city of Venice. In this region, not only you will have the opportunity to visit some special wineries, but you will also be able to combine wine tastings with various other activities. In fact, within its borders, Veneto offers lake views, mountains, sea, and plenty of cultural sites to visit.

Thanks to its partly mountainous and partly flat territory, during your time in Veneto you will have the chance to try very different wines in your wine tastings. In fact, Veneto’s territorial, temperature and soil diversity allowed the region to distinct itself for its wines, some of which are famous across the world, like Amarone, Prosecco, Bardolino and Valpolicella. Overall, Veneto boasts 10 IGT wines, 28 DOC and 14 DOCG.

Which food to taste in Veneto?

During your wine tastings and winery visits in Veneto, you will be able to get a taste of some of its delicious food products. While here, we recommend trying some of Veneto’s traditional dishes, like sarde in saor (sweet and sour sardines), risotto with radicchio, bigoli with various meat sauces, baccalà (salted codfish).

Which wines to taste in Veneto?

Another reason that makes the wine tastings you will have in Veneto unique is its heritage of indigenous grape varieties, such as Prosecco, Garganega, Corvina, Molinara and Rondinella. In Valpolicella, the local vines are mainly black and used in the production of Bardolino and Valpolicella. Around the province of Verona, you will predominantly find white grape varieties, such as Trebbiano di Soave. On the Berici hills, mainly black grape types are grown to produce wines like Cannonau and Grenache. on the Euganei hills instead, international red varieties are cultivated together with Moscato Giallo. Finally, in the province of Treviso, you will find Prosecco grapes (nowadays called Glera) and the most important sparkling wine area in Italy.

Which is the best season to visit Veneto?

Winery visits and wine tastings in Veneto can be organized throughout the year. Thanks to the diverse landscape that the region offers, you will always find suitable activities depending on the season. The best season to combine winery visits and sightseeing are spring and early autumn when the weather is milder.

What things to do in Veneto?

Between winery visits, make sure to stop at a few of Veneto’s most loved attractions, such as the cities of Venice, Padua, Verona and Vicenza, Lake Garda, the Venetian Lagoon. Otherwise, if the season is right, go skiing on the Dolomites.