The Colline del Prosecco Tour is an experience to do at least once in a lifetime, especially if you are a lover of good wine.
On a hot summer day the Prosecco Hills and the Wines of the Conegliano – Valdobbiadene Hills are an excellent alternative to escape the cities and immerse yourself in a green and wonderful landscape.
The itinerary through the Prosecco hills can be done safely by car or minivan so that you can continuously admire the beauty of the green hills and the vast expanses of vineyards that contrast with the historic cities that characterize the prosecco tour.
What we propose is a route through the oldest Italian wine route located north of the province of Treviso.
The Prosecco Hills tour has as its first stop in Conegliano, between arcades and noble palaces and the charm of the Castle that dominates the city and then continues with wine tastings in Cison di Val Marino.
We will continue passing through Follina and reaching the beautiful Valdobbiadene where another tasting will be possible.
We will then continue to Asolo, beautiful for its historic center and for its verdant panoramas.
The tour will end with the return to Venice or to your departure country
The Prosecco Hills tour is an experience to live especially for those who love the cities of art and nature because in addition to letting you taste a sensational Wine, it will immerse you in breathtaking landscapes.
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A bit of history…
“Viticulture has been widespread in Conegliano Valdobbiadene since ancient times. A funerary stele recalls the words of a Roman centurion, citing the vendemmiales, celebrations on the occasion of the harvest.
In 1574 when Henry III, King of Poland, went to Paris to be crowned King of France, the Conegliano community made the white wine of the hills flow for a whole day from the fountain of Neptune.
In 1876 the Conegliano Wine School was founded, the first of its kind in Italy.
The 1930s saw the boundaries of the Prosecco production area for the first time. They correspond to the current boundaries of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG.
In 1969 comes the recognition of Denomination of Controlled Origin for Prosecco produced in the 15 municipalities between Conegliano Valdobbiadene.
In 2009 Conegliano Valdobbiadene becomes the 44th DOCG of Italy “
for info on Prosecco: https://www.prosecco.it/it/