Strada del vino Valpolicella

Strada del vino Valpolicella

The Valpolicella Wine Route is an association between economic operators recognized at European level that deals with the promotion of the territory and its artistic, cultural and food and wine heritage.

Its activity concerns the territory linked to the production of Valpolicella wine, which extends over 19 municipalities starting from the municipality of Dolcè and Pescantina, up to the municipality of Montecchia di Crosara.

On the Valpolicella Wine Route you can find companies with the best local wines from the famous Amarone to Valpolicella, you can visit villas and parish churches and discover their history, you can do various hiking activities on the Adige river, between vineyards and in the mountains, on foot or on horseback, stop in a restaurant with traditional dishes and relax in one of the many hotels and B & Bs where hospitality is the most precious asset.

Wine is always the most renowned and famous product in the world, the history of its production has fascinated tourists for decades who come to meet local producers and live a unique tasting experience with them.

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