Welcome to our virtual cooking class!
We would like to introduce you our Chef Andrea! He is passionate and he knows all the secrets to make a perfect Veronese menu!
Maybe, after all, you will come to Verona-Italy, to meet us in person and enjoy a Veronese week end, discovering our food traditions and our history with a local team!
In the meantime enjoy this free recorded cooking class video we made for you! Have fun and cook more!
Ready for a virtual wine tasting class? We’re bringing our top-rated Amarone wine tours from Verona direct to your home.
A virtual wine tasting class isn’t new, but we wanted to make it more…intimate.
Our goal: to help bring our family-owned Valpolicella winery network together with our clients across the globe, as we do with our ‘real-life’ Amarone wine tours from Verona – a virtual tasting wine with samples, direct from Italy.
The Valpolicella wine region is a global producer of top red wine made up of four wine appellations: Valpolicella, Ripasso, Amarone, and Recioto.
Broken down, Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG and Valpolicella Ripasso DOC are the top tiers that garner the attention of wine lovers the world over. But, Valpolicella DOC and Recioto della Valpolicella DOCG keep connoisseurs fascinated with the region, in part due to their ancient winemaking practices that live on today.
Our full-day wine tour is a great exploration of Valpolicella wines with three winery visits, tastings of Valpolicella, Ripasso, Amarone, and Recioto, and a traditional lunch. Your day is led by a sommelier or equivalent wine expert who will guide you through the region’s winemaking traditions and style.
Along the Adige River in Northern Italy’s Veneto region sits Verona, northeast Italy’s third-largest city. In 2000, Verona gained UNESCO World Heritage Site status for its ancient urban structures and stunning architecture. Only after Rome, Verona has the most Roman Ruins. Some remain in use today, such as the Arena and Roman theatre. With amazing acoustics, the Arena hosts the city’s fabled Opera festival, which started in 1913. Strolling through Verona you are immersed in centuries Roman, medieval, and Renaissance history. Verona offers easy connection points to many of Italy’s most popular destinations, making it a great homebase for a broader experience Italy. From Verona, you are about 1.5 hours from: Venice, Milan, Bologna, Florence. Less than 2 hours from the Dolomites and just 30 minutes from Lake Garda. The vibrant city of Verona loves to welcome tourists. We suggest spending at least 2 days here – and, more gives you the chance to take in the Veronese culture. The city’s historic, artistic, gastronomic, and cultural charm turns even the most formal person into a hopeless romantic. Verona alone has 70,000 acres (28.000 ha) of cultivated vineyards with 6 different wine areas The city itself is one of the nine Great Wine Capitals of the world. Our full-bodied red wine of Amarone della Valpolicella ranks among the best wines of the world.
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