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Le Bignele Cantina & Alloggio
Le Bignele Cantina & Alloggio
Le Bignele Cantina & Alloggio
The Art of Wine
The art of tasting

Le Bignele Cantina & Alloggio

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Sustainable viticulture
Price: from 20,00 €
1-20
4.5 /5
(2 reviews)
Tenuta Santa Maria Di Gaetano Bertani
Tenuta Santa Maria Di Gaetano Bertani
Tenuta Santa Maria Di Gaetano Bertani
Tour of the Amarone Chateau and tasting of 4 wines
Tour of the Amarone Chateau and tasting of 6 wines

Tenuta Santa Maria Di Gaetano Bertani

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Sustainable viticulture
Price: from 24,00 €
2-10
4.8 /5
(4 reviews)
Farina Wines
Farina Wines
Farina Wines
Wine Tour and tasting
Wine Tour & Light lunch with tasting

Farina Wines

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Price: from 35,00 €
2-15
4.8 /5
(3 reviews)
Castello Di Roncade
Castello Di Roncade
Castello Di Roncade
Castello Experience at the Castle of Roncade

Castello Di Roncade

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Price: from 25,00 €
2-20
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Azienda Agricola Rechsteiner
Azienda Agricola Rechsteiner
Azienda Agricola Rechsteiner
Tour and tasting

Azienda Agricola Rechsteiner

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Price: from 25,00 €
2-20
5 /5
(3 reviews)
Cantina Veronese Beatrice
Cantina Veronese Beatrice
Cantina Veronese Beatrice
Classic tasting
Tasting Plus

Cantina Veronese Beatrice

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Sustainable viticulture
Price: from 25,00 €
2-50
4.8 /5
(4 reviews)
Azienda Agricola Mani Sagge
Azienda Agricola Mani Sagge
Azienda Agricola Mani Sagge
Historical Estate of Prosecco Superiore
Prosecco tasting with a view

Azienda Agricola Mani Sagge

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Price: from 29,00 €
1-20
4.7 /5
(3 reviews)
Cantina Col Dovigo
Cantina Col Dovigo
Cantina Col Dovigo
Presentation and tasting of 3 wines
Guided tour and tasting of 3 wines

Cantina Col Dovigo

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Price: from 18,00 €
1-30
Slow Travel Verona
Slow Travel Verona
Slow Travel Verona
Wine Tasting in Verona City Center

Slow Travel Verona

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Price: from 38,00 €
2-10
4 /5
(1 reviews)
La Dama
La Dama
La Dama
The Traditions of Valpolicella

La Dama

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Organic Viticulture
Price: from 35,00 €
2-30
Le Vie Angarano
Le Vie Angarano
Le Vie Angarano
Organic wine tasting

Le Vie Angarano

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Organic Viticulture
Price: from 20,00 €
2-20
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Azienda Agricola Fugolo Gianluca
Azienda Agricola Fugolo Gianluca
Azienda Agricola Fugolo Gianluca
Path Among The Vineyards: Relaxation, Health And Freedom

Azienda Agricola Fugolo Gianluca

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Sustainable viticulture
Price: from 30,00 €
2-20
Allegrini
Allegrini
Allegrini
Wine Experiences

Allegrini

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Price: from 30,00 €
2-20
Fasoli Gino
Fasoli Gino
Fasoli Gino
Terroir Tasting

Fasoli Gino

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Biodynamic viticulture
Price: from 40,00 €
1-50
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Cantina Fasol Menin
Cantina Fasol Menin
Cantina Fasol Menin
Immerse yourself in the world of Fasol Menin DOCG
Guided tasting between tradition and innovation

Cantina Fasol Menin

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Instant booking Sustainable viticulture
Price: from 10,00 €
2-50
Le Manzane
Le Manzane
Le Manzane
Tasting in the cellar
Adventure in the vineyard and tasting in the cellar

Le Manzane

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Instant booking Sustainable viticulture
Price: from 15,00 €
1-20
Dominio Di Bagnoli Ss Az.agr.
Dominio Di Bagnoli Ss Az.agr.
Dominio Di Bagnoli Ss Az.agr.
Guided tour and tasting

Dominio Di Bagnoli Ss Az.agr.

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Price: from 25,00 €
2-50
Ca' Di Rajo
Ca' Di Rajo
Ca' Di Rajo
Ca’ Di Rajo tour
Sparkling tour
Verticale Raboso
Bellussera Under the Stars

Ca' Di Rajo

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Price: from 20,00 €
1-10
Dea-rivalta
Dea-rivalta
Dea-rivalta
Fragrance of flowers

Dea-rivalta

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Sustainable viticulture
Price: from 15,00 €
1-24
Cantina Santi
Cantina Santi
Cantina Santi
Classic Wine Tour
Sensorial Wine Tour
Exclusive Wine Tour

Cantina Santi

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Price: from 20,00 €
2-20

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Best cities to visit in Veneto, Italy

Venice
Venice
4.3/5 (4563 reviews)
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Take advantage of your visit to Venice to discover the wines of Veneto ! Winalist offers you guided tours of the best vineyards around Venice . Follow the Italian wine route and taste Venetian wines. Live a real wine tasting experience by boo...

Verona
4.1/5 (1898 reviews)
9 experiences
Take advantage of your visit to Verona to discover the wines of Veneto ! Winalist offers you guided tours of the best wineries around Verona. Follow the Italian wine route and taste Valpolicella, Soave, Bardolino, Custoza, Lugana wines. Live ...
Verona

Treviso
Treviso
5/5 (3028 reviews)
1 experience
Take advantage of your visit to Treviso to discover the wines of Veneto ! Winalist offers you guided tours of the best vineyards around Venice. Follow the Italian wine route and taste Venetian wines. Live a real wine tasting experience by boo...

What to know before visiting Best Veneto Wineries

What is Veneto Known For? +

Scenic Beauty: Veneto is surrounded by rolling hills, vineyards, and stunning Alpine mountains, making it a popular destination for outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, and mountain biking.

Cultural Attractions: Veneto is home to several historic cities and cultural attractions, including Venice, Verona, and Padua, making it a popular destination for cultural tourism.

Wines: Veneto is known for producing a wide range of high-quality wines, including sparkling wines, whites made from Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, and Moscato, and reds made from Pinot Nero, Amarone, and Corvina.

Local Cuisine: Veneto is famous for its traditional dishes such as risotto, pasta dishes, and seafood, as well as its wines.

Outdoor Activities: The region offers a range of outdoor activities for visitors, including skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and water sports on nearby lakes.


Are Veneto and Venice the same? +

No, Veneto and Venice are not the same. Veneto is a region located in the northern part of Italy, while Venice is a city located within the Veneto region. Veneto is one of Italy's largest regions and is known for its scenic beauty, cultural attractions, and quality wines, while Venice is one of the world's most famous and iconic cities, known for its canals, gondolas, and historic architecture. 

While Venice is a significant part of the Veneto region, Veneto is much larger and includes several other cities, such as Verona and Padua, as well as rolling hills, vineyards, and the Alpine mountains.

Is Veneto Worth Visiting? +

Veneto is definitely worth visiting! This beautiful region located in the northern part of Italy offers a range of scenic beauty, cultural experiences, and quality products that make it a must-visit destination. 

From the iconic city of Venice with its famous canals and gondolas, to the rolling hills, vineyards, and Alpine mountains, Veneto has something to offer for every traveler. 

The region is also known for its high-quality wines, including sparkling wines, whites, and reds, as well as its traditional cuisine, including risotto, pasta dishes, and seafood. Whether you're a nature lover, a culture seeker, or a food and wine enthusiast, Veneto is a must-visit destination that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

What are the traditional food to taste in Veneto? +

Risotto: Veneto is famous for its creamy, flavorful risottos, which are often made with local ingredients such as seafood, cheese, or vegetables.

Pasta: Veneto is known for its pasta dishes, including bigoli (a type of thick spaghetti) with anchovy sauce, and pasta e fagioli (pasta and bean soup).

Seafood: The region's proximity to the Adriatic Sea means that seafood is an important part of the local cuisine, with dishes such as scallop risotto, grilled fish, and seafood stews being popular.

Polenta: Veneto is famous for its hearty polenta dishes, which are often served with meat or cheese.

Baccalà Mantecato: This is a traditional Venetian dish made with salt cod that is whipped with olive oil, garlic, and milk to create a creamy, flavorful spread.

What are the Major Grape Varieties in Veneto? +

Chardonnay: This is a white grape variety that is used to produce crisp and fruity white wines, as well as sparkling wines.

Pinot Grigio: This is another white grape variety that is used to produce light and refreshing white wines with citrus and floral aromas.

Moscato: This is a sweet and aromatic grape variety that is used to produce sparkling wines and sweet, still wines.

Pinot Nero: This is a red grape variety that is used to produce light-bodied and fruity red wines.

Corvina, Rondinella, and Molinara grapes: Dried to make Amarone, a rich and full-bodied red wine.

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A Quick Guide to the Trentino Veneto Wine Region 


The Trentino Veneto wine region is located in the northern part of Italy and is known for producing a wide range of high-quality wines. The region has a unique mix of climates, soils, and grape varieties that contribute to the production of distinct and flavorful wines.


Some of the most important grape varieties grown in Trentino Veneto include Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Pinot Nero, and Teroldego. The region is also famous for its sparkling wines, made using the traditional "metodo classico" method.


Wine tours in Trentino Veneto are a popular activity, offering visitors a chance to visit historic wineries and cellars, learn about the winemaking process, and taste the wines. The region is also known for its scenic beauty, with rolling hills and vineyards surrounded by the stunning Alpine mountains.


Whether you are a wine lover or simply looking for a unique and scenic destination, Trentino Veneto is definitely worth a visit. With its diverse range of high-quality wines, beautiful scenery, and rich cultural heritage, it is a must-see for anyone traveling to northern Italy.


Surprising facts about Veneto Wines


The Intriguing Influences Shaping the Taste of the Wines You’ll Experience on Your Next Veneto Wine Tour

Coastal Climate

Veneto has a diverse climate, with areas near the coast experiencing a milder climate and those in the interior experiencing a more continental climate. This diversity allows for the production of a range of grape varieties with unique flavor profiles.

Nutrient-Rich Soil

The region's soil is rich in minerals and nutrients, which contributes to the unique flavors and aromas of the wines. The soil also varies greatly throughout the region, allowing for the production of a wide range of grape varieties.

Unique Grape Varieties

Veneto is known for producing a diverse range of grapes, including Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Pinot Nero, and Amarone. Each grape variety contributes its own unique flavors and aromas to the wines.

Winemaking Techniques

Veneto has a long history of winemaking, and winemakers continue to use traditional techniques to produce high-quality wines. For example, many of the region's sparkling wines are made using the traditional "metodo classico" method.

Cultural Influences

Veneto has been shaped by several different cultures over the centuries, including Roman, Greek, and Venetian. This cultural blend has resulted in a range of unique and high-quality wines that are not found anywhere else in the world.


What are Wine Tours in Veneto Known For?

Veneto wines are known for their unique characteristics, including:

Diversity

Veneto is a large wine region with a diverse range of climates, soils, and grape varieties, resulting in a wide range of high-quality wines with distinct flavors and aromas.

Bright and Fruity

Many Veneto wines are bright and fruity, with fresh and crisp flavors. This is particularly true for the region's sparkling wines and whites.

Rich and Full-Bodied

Veneto is also known for producing rich and full-bodied red wines, such as Amarone and Valpolicella, with deep ruby colors and flavors of dark fruit, spices, and sometimes chocolate.

Traditional Winemaking Techniques

Veneto has a long history of winemaking and many winemakers still use traditional techniques to produce their wines. This results in a distinct and authentic character in the wines.

Cultural Influence

Veneto has been shaped by several different cultures over the centuries, including Roman, Greek, and Venetian. This cultural blend has resulted in a range of unique and high-quality wines that are not found anywhere else in the world.

Overall, the unique combination of climate, soil, grape varieties, winemaking techniques, and cultural influence give Veneto wines their distinctive character and make them a must-try for wine lovers everywhere.

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