The wines of Venice have deep roots in the area. The region is a high producer of wine due to the protection of the Alps which allow cooler climate which is suited to the grape varieties in the region.

The Prosecco Route

There are many day trips for Venice wine tours. Starting on the closest route, the Prosecco route, visitors can tour some of the greatest wineries with excellent wines. Not only that, but you’ll also enjoy breathtaking scenery along the way. The area has a mild climate which is the ideal habitat for the grape vines that produce the famous white wines from the area. The Prosecco route is the oldest of all Italian wine routes where you can explore many wonderful estates such as the Dole Vista.

The Valpolicella Route

The Valpolicella region holds many vineyards in the shadow of the Dolomites mountains. The classic Valpolicella wine is produced in only a small part of the territory in the lower elevations. The wines produced are a strong ruby red with a hint of almond and cherries. With rolling hills and valleys, the area has been producing wines dating back to the 5th century.

The Strada Del Soave Route

The Soave route on the hills of the eastern part of Verona is one of the top three most visited places. The Soave route covers almost 50 kilometers of castles and vineyards for a fascinating Venice wine tour. There are many castles, vineyards, wine shops, and restaurants to welcome visitors. The best time to visit is from May to October. A local grape festival, La Festa dell’Uva, is held the third week of September.

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Written by Addison Cooper