Explore the breathtaking hills and “borghi” (villages) of the Prosecco area, completely covered by vineyards: this is the home of the most famous Italian sparkling white wine.
Here vineyards are producing Prosecco since 1542, you will have the chance to experience the Prosecco terroir from different perspectives. They will guide you through the natural characteristics of the area, the Prosecco wine making process and tasting in a very special location: a hilltop overlooking their most precious vineyard of Cartizze, the most important Cru of Prosecco.
With such beauty in your heart, have lunch at one of our selected excellent restaurants.
Then you can take a walk to explore the surroundings. For example, visit the nearby suggestive Abbey of Follina built in 1170 or the magical Molinetto della Croda (Watermill set in the Rock).