It’s no secret that Italy is my favourite place in the world, and it’s long been my plan to host tours to the Veneto region, to share the beautiful Prosecco Hills with travellers who want to know more about how and where Prosecco is made.

Join me for a 7 day tour of the Prosecco region, as we explore, amongst many other treasures of the Veneto, the Prosecco Hills, through Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, and down to Asolo, to experience first hand from the winemakers themselves, the magic of Prosecco. You’ll learn about the different styles of Prosecco, the winemaking method, and why the hills and soil of North East Italy are so important in creating this beautiful, versatile, fresh, crisp and much misunderstood wine.

Along the way of course, we’ll have an incredible array of other attractions to share, from terraced osterias overlooking the Cartizze Prosecco region, to Palladian villas, and a whole lot of other locals gems in between.

Each tour runs for 7 night days – the next one is available from May 23- May 30th 2020. The cost is $5000 per person twin share  (own room will be provided where possible) and includes all food, accommodation, transportation during the tour, including private water taxis in Venice, and airport transfers .

This itinerary is all about exploring the picturesque Prosecco Hills, from the castle ruins of Conegliano to the tiny hilltop town of Asolo , as well Venice and the surrounding lagoon. Along the way we’ll share some incredible food and wine experiences, off the beaten track, behind the scenes, in the vineyards, and even on an island.

We’ll eat like locals, and even with them, tasting their handmade salamis and, crostata, and of course, Prosecco!

 

 

 

I simply can’t wait to get back to Italy and share my favourite parts of the Veneto with you, and introduce you to my favourite winemakers! It’s going to be bellissimo!!!! For expressions of interest email melissa@reginavino.com.au

Tour dates May 23-30th 2020

 

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