There is a road you shouldn’t miss when you come in the Prosecco area. When you reach Valdobbiadene, after visiting some of the most important Prosecco wineries, after climbing the Mount Cesen, you must head to Santo Stefano, Guia, Combai, Miane and finally to Follina. This road will reveal to you the real nature of the Prosecco hills, one of the three hearts of the … Continue reading Prosecco Canello, when micro winery pairs with tradition
There’s no better way to discover the hidden champions, family run wineries and wine farms than spending some weekends in the Prosecco DOCG region. Prosecco365 means also to have the chance to wine taste every weekend of the year. Along the Strada del Prosecco, the oldest italian wine route, established in 1966, thanks to the Association (www.coneglianovaldobbiadene.it ), you may have the chance for a … Continue reading Prosecco wine tasting in the wineries: February 2016
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!
There’s no better way to discover the hidden champions of the Prosecco than spending some weekends in the DOCG region. Prosecco 365 means also to have the chance to wine taste every weekend of the year. Along the Strada del Prosecco, the oldest italian wine route, established in 1966, thanks to the Association (www.coneglianovaldobbiadene.it), you may have the chance for a wine tasting both in … Continue reading Prosecco tasting in the wineries: January 2016
Codognè is a small town in the DOC area of the Prosecco, This village is famous for the production of the quince. In autumn people come here for the festival of the quince, when jams, cakes, liquors made of quince can be tasted with Prosecco in front of a superb venetian Villa. Exhibitions of wine makers, artisans and tools of the country attract tourists on … Continue reading The festival of the Quince
Treviso is undoubtely the capital of the Prosecco region. This medieval town is not in the hart of the DOCG area but it is the main centre in the province, The Sile river flows in between the old houses where many restaurants, osterie and bars offer an incredible chance to taste local food with a variety of Prosecco. Continue reading Treviso, the Capital of Prosecco
The Montello is a long flat hill along the Piave river, in the DOC area of Prosecco. It belongs to the Consorzio dei Colli Asolani e Montello that is an area of the Prosecco region. The history touched hardly the Montello during the World War I, but the Montello has also a long history from the Middle Age. Continue reading Fall is coming in the Montello