Prosecco and Amarone wine tasting in Verona
- Taste the best selection of wines produced by Salvaterra winery
- Visit the winery and the cellars and learn how the Italian wine is produced
- Enjoy the Villa Giona, its wonderful park and its vineyards
- Taste some local products paired with the wines
Enjoy a wine tasting in Verona of the best wines produced in Valpolicella at Tenute Salvaterra.
Take a guided tour of the vineyards and Villa Giona park, one of the most prestigious historic mansions of the sixteenth century in Valpolicella, retracing the history of Valpolicella wine.
Then enjoy a guided tour of the Tenute Salvaterra wine cellar where the great Amarone ages and a guided tasting of the best selection of wines produced by Salvaterra in the wine shop with a tasting room overlooking the vineyard. Local cold cuts and cheeses accompany the wine tasting.
- Guided tour of the vineyards and Villa Giona park
- Guided tour of the Tenute Salvaterra wine cellar
- Guided tasting of wines produced by Salvaterra (5 glasses: Prosecco, Valpolicella Classico, Valpolicella Classico Ripasso, Lazzarone and Amarone)
- Local cold cuts and cheeses accompany the wine tasting
- Round trip transfer from Piazza Bra (Verona city center)
- Lunch or dinner
Piazza Bra, 26, 37121 Verona VR, Italy
Hotel pick-up from a centrally located Verona hotel or from Piazza Bra, just under the arches with the big clock, at the beginning of via Roma
- Monday to Friday at 2.00 pm and 4.00 pm
- Saturday at 2.00 pm only
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