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Experience the Valpolicella land

bottles of wine in a winehouse

If you come to visit Verona you cannot miss the eno-gastronomic journey into the valley of wine: la Valpolicella.

This area, mainly agricultural land, is spread over 240 Km on the north-west side of Verona, bounded by Venezian Pre-Alps, river Adige on the south and Valdadige on the west side. The famous villages of Valpolicella you can visit are: Sant’Ambrogio di Valpolicella, San Pietro in Cariana, Fumane, Dolcè, Marano di Valpolicella, Sant’ Anna d’Alfaedo, Negrar and Pescantina.

Before the Romans domination this area was lived by a mixed religious population called Arusnati. The culture of wine is a very old tradition, and the

presence of wine pips goes back to the Bronze Age, as many of them were found in the village of Castelrotto; while in an old villa of San Pietro in Cariano, a wine production plant has been identi ed.

But what are the typical wines of Valpolicella?

Amarone, Recioto, Valpolicella Classic

So… what are poi waiting for? Enjoy a Taylor made wine tour trough Valpolicella Valley. Stop for an wine tasting experience in a one of the most beautiful winery of Valpolicella wine region.

Discover with us the real Valpolicella and cin cin! enjoy you holiday!

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