Prosecco what a passion! Prosecco wine tasting and tour in the Prosecco hills.
Guided tours and Prosecco wine tasting in Valdobbiadene and Conegliano and in Asolo
Prosecco, this is the name of this famous, fresh and elegant wine that come from vineyards of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano and from Asolo. The vineyards grow in the hills of this towns in Veneto, around 60kms from Venice.
Walking throughout the streets of the towns you will fall in love with the slopes full of vineyards that winemakers work with passion and perseverance year after year.
These lands, Valdobbiadene and Conegliano and Montella and Colli Asolani, are lived by lots of winemakers and are full of events during all the year.
For our guests of Hotel Tegorzo we organize guided tours and wine tasting in the wineries to understand and appreciate the different types of wine: a winery of Prosecco Conegliano and Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G., a winery of Prosecco Asolo D.O.C.G. and a winery that produce red wines of Montella.
You will appreciate the differences descending from terrain, climate and position of the different winemakers. For who wants to stay at Hotel Tegorzo some days we can offer some wine tasting and some visits to the architectural and cultural heritage or the visit of one of the beautiful towns of Veneto, as Asolo, Feltre or Bassano del Grappa.
The consortium groups and the tourism boards of the area organize lots of events, that are another opportunity to visit these wonderful places.
In Spring they organize the Primavera del Prosecco: from May till June take place many exhibitions and tasting of Prosecco and Cartizze in the town where Prosecco is made.
In June, the well known Canevando, that is a guided walking throughout the vineyards and the hills of Prosecco discovering the wineries, organized by Pro Loco of San Pietro di Barbozza, where you can test Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G. of local winemakers combined with typical dishes of local cousine.
In May take place the Asolo Wine Tasting to taste wines of Asolo Prosecco and Montello Superiore wineries.
Photo: Settimo Rizzato