Veneto is one of the main Italian regions in terms of quantitative production of grape, the wines produced in this region are famous in every country of the world. Amarone, Recioto, Soave, Prosecco, Valpolicella and Bardolino, are just few names known all over the world and in most of the cases they do not only identify Veneto’s wine but also the Italian one.

 The most interesting characteristic of Veneto is certainly represented by the fact the success of its wines is mainly determined by the many autochthonous grapes cultivated in the region, both white and red.


The climate of the Veneto is sub-continental, though the presence of the sea and the Alps protecting it from north winds makes it completely temperate, and thus pleasurable to visit at any time of year.


The soil is rocky and major made of alluvial soil based on chalk or volcanic origins.


Veneto’s grape varieties are  divided between white and red. More than 60% of the varieties are native or Italian grapes. Among them, indigenous Glera, Garganega and Corvina Veronese.

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