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  • Tenute Galtarossa Wines Veneto

    We wanted to join together our experiences to generate something new and unique in a part of Valpolicella dedicated to the prince of Veneto wines, the Amarone and we now have an ambitious objective: to enhance the local viticulture to produce a great...


    Le Vigne di San Pietro is not just an enterprise: it is the realisation of a dream shared by two people with a deep-rooted love of nature. Those two people are my parents, Sergio and Franca. In 1980 their search for the ideal growing area brought them...

  • Boscaini Carlo Valpolicella Wines

    In the beginning, the late Carlo Boscaini (who lived to the venerable age of 102 drinking wine in modest quantity but high quality) produced wine with great passion from leased land. He succeded in aquiring this winery in 1948, and then with his son Arturo...

  • Cantine Lenotti Wines Veneto

    According to an eonological map dated 1906, the name LENOTTI was already known in the past for the production of the classical wine Bardolino. At that time the farm sold wines exclusively in butts or demijohns. In the following years untill 1968 the farm...

  • Bisol Wines Accommodation Veneto

    The first traces of Bisol family in the heart of the Prosecco D.O.C area date to the 16th century and are contained in a census carried out for fiscal reasons by the aristocratic Venetian family Da Pola, who were landowners of the leading the very prestigious...

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Veneto is not just Venice, with its famous lagoon and gondolas, the magnificent San Marco Cathedral, the Bridge of Sights, the beautiful palaces...expression of the power and wealth of the 4th Italian Maritime Republic. Veneto is also rich in natural beauty, such as the Dolomites (also called Pale Mountains), tourist destination for both ski lovers and climbing ones. Padua, seat of a prestigious university, boasts a valuable artistic and cultural heritage (St. Anthony Basilica, the Scrovegni Chapel, the Abbey of Santa Giustina). The beautiful Palladian Villas, named after the author, the architect Andrea Palladio, who projected and realized them during the XVI century; their harmonious beauty is still capable of astonishing, such as La Rotonda in Vicenza. And during the summer at Verona, the city immortalised by Shakespeare in his Romeo and Juliet, a night at the opera in the Arena should not be missed.

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