During this Valpolicella Wine Tour, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at how wine is made from grape to bottle in Italy. You’ll visit two wineries along the way for tastings of Amarone. After lunch, you’ll visit the third winery to learn more about viticulture, and then you’ll head back to your hotel.
Valpolicella Wine Tour: 3 Wineries, refined lunch & unique Amarone tastings
- Travel through the beautiful Amarone countryside near Verona
- Taste wine at three different wineries
- Try local cuisine paired with Valpolicella wines
- Learn all about wine production firsthand from our guides and local wine producers
Marano di Valpolicella
With a local guide, driver, and lunch, you’ll visit three wineries on this Valpolicella wine tour: Our full-day Valpolicella wine tour includes a local guide, driver, lunch, and visits to wineries in the Amarone hills. Relax and take in the rolling vineyard landscape as you travel.
The Valpolicella wine region, just 20 minutes from Verona, is one of Italy’s most famous and acclaimed wine-producing regions, known for its Amarone, Ripasso, and sweet Recioto, the father of the Amarone wine!
During the day, you’ll see everything from fermentation to bottling up close and personal. A unique tasting of different vintages of Amarone is the perfect way to round out the experience.
In addition, one of our suppliers offers a tasting of their extra virgin olive oil. Between visits to the vineyards and wineries, stop for a traditional Italian lunch – of course, with a glass of Valpolicella to wash it all down!
Negrar di Valpolicella
Visits to Valpolicella wineries include a walk through the vineyards to learn about the region’s indigenous grape varieties. After our wine tasting, we toast to the end of the day with a grappa toast. Our Valpolicella wine tour is not to be missed! Find out how Amarone is made, and why it’s one of the best representations of the Valpolicella wine region there is!
Here we end our Valpolicella Wine Tour.
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