Valpolicella Guide: a weekend between nature and good wine

Valpolicella is located north-west of Verona: a small territory that extends over seven municipalities all in the Province of Verona: Sant’Ambrogio di Valpolicella, Fumane, Sant’Anna D’Alfaedo, Negrar, San Pietro in Cariano, Marano di Valpolicella and Pescantina.

When we talk about Veneto we immediately think of Venice, Verona, Garda Lake .… yet Valpolicella hides some aces up its sleeve that leave everyone speechless.

When we talk about Veneto we immediately think of Venice, Verona, the lakes … yet the beauty of Valpolicella could compete with all the most beautiful cities in the world. You could stay in this area for a whole month, but here are some stops for a dream weekend.

Visit and tasting in a wine cellar

The landscape that characterizes Valpolicella is dominated almost everywhere by vineyards, almost always planted with pergola or curtain. Here some of the most representative Docs of the whole country are born. If the best known is the great red for aging, Amarone della Valpolicella, its younger brothers, such as Recioto, Valpolicella Superiore and Ripasso, are not afraid of comparison.

A visit to a winery is unmissable, in many you can have a wine tasting accompanied by typical products of the area.

Pojega garden

The Pojega Garden is an Italian garden of 54,000 square meters located in Negrar, in the province of Verona, in the area called Valpolicella.
The Pojega Garden represents one of the last examples of an Italian garden and is mainly known for its greenery theater and spectacular perspectives. Temple, theater, walls, galleries and lookout points were built by transforming and bending trees, hedges and water into a phantasmagoric show machine.


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