Don’t miss to try following wines during your wine tastings and tours in Veneto:
– Prosecco, Veneto’s finest wine and the one that made this region famous all over the world. Prosecco is a dry sparkling wine and has three possible dryness levels, depending on the amount of residual sugars. Prosecco can be brut, extra dry or dry and the strongest aromas you can recognise in the wine are those of honey, green apple, melon and pear. Prosecco is made using the Charmat sparkling method and its area of origin is Valdobbiadene.
– Red grape varieties Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara are the basis for the famous Amarone della Valpolicella. Amarone a dense, rich flavour of black cherries, fig, chocolate, plum, cinnamon and brown sugar. Amarone undergoes a very long process of grape drying followed by a slow fermentation and ageing in barrels. Amarone is a bold wine with high acidity and alcohol levels.
– Soave is a white wine made from the Garganega grape. This wines is dry, crisp and refreshing, with a light-body and a bright citrus flavour. Th most recognisable aromas of Soave are: orange zest, sweet white melon, peach, aromatic herbs such as marjoram and the finish is usually a bit salty.
Discover these amazing wines by taking part in wine tastings and tours in Veneto.