A charity cheers at Le Manzane, a winery owned by the Balbinot family, located in San Pietro di Feletto, in the heart of the DOCG Conegliano Prosecco region. Prosecco365 have had the honor to cheers with the Prosecco Superiore Extra Dry 2015 of the winery. This wine is not just part of the production of Le Manzane, but a special harvest made for a charity … Continue reading Wine tasting: uncorked the first Prosecco 2015!
After visiting the Molinetto della Croda, you can drive, ride or walk to the village of Rolle through a tiny valley just in the heart of the DOCG Prosecco vineyards. Along the road you can meet several Osterias and Restaurant, but just one need absolutely to be visited: Ristorante da Brun. Just at the top of a short steep road, the Brun’s osteria meets you … Continue reading Brun: a must-go osteria
The Molinetto della Croda (Little mill on the rock) is an old water mill over the creek Lierza, near the waterfall few kilometers from the village of Refrontolo, in the Prosecco DOCG area of Conegliano-Valdobbiadene. It is a must-go place, expecially in autumn, if you are touring in the Feletto hills. You can visit the interiors of the buildings, the typical millstone and the various … Continue reading Refrontolo: the Mill on the rock
The sun is still shining on the DOCG Prosecco lands even though October is ending and the nature is quietly preparing for winter months. Some shoots for keeping in minds these nice days. Continue reading Autumn impressions
The Feletto hills span from Conegliano to Pieve di Soligo, in the heart of the Prosecco DOCG area of Conegliano-Valdobbiadene. Among the many surprises you may discover, the church of Saint Peter is one of the best. The mild autumn helps enjoy this piece of Tuscany with wineyards of Prosecco DOCG, olive trees and cypresses. The Pieve (Pleban church) of San Pietro, dating to the … Continue reading Lost churches on the DOCG hills: San Pietro di Feletto
Inside the area of Prosecco DOCG, within the hills of Feletto, driving from Conegliano, two tiny villages appears: Rolle and Arfanta. This is the hart of the Prosecco DOCG region, where the terroir, the hills, the orientation of the sun get the best grapes from the vineyards. This is also one of the best places where to hike, walk, get lost with your car and … Continue reading Tiny villages on the Prosecco DOCG heart: fall is here