If you love Prosecco, you’ll want to explore the 50-mile Prosecco Wine Road (La Strada del Prosecco) in the Veneto region of Italy.
Wine tasting in Italy is one of the cultural allures of the Bel Paese that drives so many tourists to the country. Each region offers different wines, landscapes, foods, and other historical and cultural attractions.
The small village of Custoza and its rich wine heritage await disovery, only one-half hour from Verona and close to Lake Garda.
Asolo Italy is best known today as the home of Asolo Prosecco DOCG but this charming town has a rich history and awesome views.
The Bulichella winery in Suverto, Tuscany, is a virtual “vintner’s blend” of both Italian and Japanese heritage and culture.