Explore the Best Wineries in Valpolicela

Are you searching for tips or advice on wineries & vineyards to visit during your holiday to Valpolicella?

Below we have provided a list of wineries in Valpolicella open for visitors. You can find some reputable wineries near Bussolengo and San Giovannin Lupatoto, where you can experience wines in a fairytale atmosphere. You will also find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about the wineries in Valpolicella. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of reputable Valpolicella. All wineries & vineyards in the region have cellar door sales and a great selection of wine tourism activities.

 

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries in Valpolicella

See how Nicola Mizzon has preserved his grandfather’s wine legacy

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Via Quar 23,, San Pietro In Cariano, Verona, 37029, Italy

Discover the vineyards of morenic amphitheater, shaped 2000 years ago.

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Loc. Zovo 23, Caprino Veronese, Verona, Veneto, 37013, Italy

Share a moment with your loved ones in the north of Verona

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Via Brigaldara 20, San Floriano, Verona, 37029, Italy

Relish the taste of a wine that is named after the founder's nick name - El Cencio

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Via Villa Girardi 26, San Pietro In Cariano, Verona, 37029, Italy

A modern Winery located on the Hills of Valpantena

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La Collina dei Ciliegi Srl, Grezzana, VR, Italy

Explore two medieval houses of the winery, equipped with modern amenities.

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Via Jago Dall'ora 14, Negrar Di Valpolicella, Verona, Veneto, 37024, Italy

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Via Don Cesare Biasi, 53 - San Floriano, San Pietro In Cariano (Vr), Verona, 37029, Italy

Family winery established in 1948 famous for rich, organic Valpolicella DOCG wines

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Via Sengia, 15, Sant'Ambrogio Di Valpolicella, 37015, Italy

Explore the land of the winery that dates back to the time of Napolean.

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Via Roma 16/A, Sant'ambrogio Di Valpolicella, Verona, 37010, Italy

High quality family produced wines

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Via Gnirega 2, Marano Di Valpolicella (Vr), 37020, Italy

Witness the 18th-century underground stone cellar of Italian origin

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Via Giare 208, Gargagnago S.Ambrogio Di Valpolicella, 37015, Italy

Taste Italian Wines and Learn the Rich History of Italian Poet, Dante

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Via Case Sparse Vaioi, 8, Sant'Ambrogio Di Valpolicella, 37015, Italy

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Frequently Asked Questions about Wineries in Valpolicella

Selection of the most frequently asked questions about Wineries in Valpolicella

Valpolicella is a sub-region in the Veneto wine area, located in northeastern Italy. It extends from the Dolomites to the Adriatic Sea and is made up of a wide low mountain range and a lowland cut across by rivers, canals, and the Po Delta.

Wineries in Valpolicella are easily available from Verona Valerio Catullo Airport (VRN). You can pick up your rental car in airports or stations in Verona before setting out for a road trip traveling through amazing landscapes. To reach a lot of wineries in Valpolicella follow SS12 highway, where the wineries are in a few minutes from the road.

Valpolicella is gorgeous and alive all year round, but the best time to visit wineries in Valpolicella is autumn. Starting from the end of August through the beginning of September, temperatures drop a little and tourist spots in the region become less crowded. Plus, the harvesting season starts in autumn, and most wine tastings and tours in Veneto will be focused on showing you the harvesting process.
Spring can be another good season to go for wine tastings and tours in Veneto when vineyards are all green and the temperature is still not as hot as in summer. Both in autumn and in spring you might encounter rainy days.

Wineries in Valpolicella offer numerous facilities such as kid activities, reduced mobile access, bus parking for group of tourists and most of them allow to have a pet. Some of the wineries provide with accommodation and restaurant services too.

Wines produced in Valpolicella are diverse and they can vary from simple nouveau table wines, full-bodied red wines, soft dessert wines, to sparkling spumante. 

The most commonly planted varieties in Valpolicella are: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Rossignola (Gropello), Dindarella, Negrara Trentina, Barbera, Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.

The most simple Valpolicellas are light-bodied and are often drunk slightly chilled. They share several similarities with Beaujolais wines and are often praised for their sour cherry taste. Wines called Valpolicella Superiore must be aged in oak for a minimum of one year and have a minimum alcohol content of 12 percent.

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Read more about Wine Tasting and Tours in Valpolicella and browse our selection of wineries to explore. On Wineries in Veneto you will be able to browse wineries in close by sub-regions as well. For facts and other details about wine region, please visit Valpolicella page.

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