Amarone Wine Tour
Valpolicella is one of the most important wine regions in Italy
Valpolicella is one of the most important wine regions in Italy and home to the famed Amarone wines. Located just northwest of the historic city of Verona and east of Lake Garda. Fine wine has been produced here since Roman times and indeed the name is of ancient origin- Valpolicella comes from “Vallis Polis Cellae” which means “valley of many cellars”.
This one-day Amarone Wine Tour of the Valpolicella vineyards begins in Venice. The tour is with a professional Sommelier and takes in two high-end small estates. You will visit the cellars and vineyards and learn about the fascinating heavy work intensive production of the Amarone wines, as well as the sweeter Reciotos. You will have also the chance to taste an Italian lunch. This is a fantastic full day wine tour for guests looking for authentic wine experience and an introduction to some of the best Amarone wines in the Valpolicella.
Price from 220 eur
Wine tour briefly
220 per person
Monday and Friday, all year roundfrom 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.English
including lunch and more
departure from Venice
Availability and Price
Space is limited, so we suggest booking in advance. Minimum of 2 participants are needed in order for the tour to be run.
Monday and Friday, all year round
schedule, detail and photo Amarone Wine Tour wine tour
Price 220 Eur per person. INCLUSIONS
- 09:30 a.m. Departure from Venice (Tronchetto).
- 11:00 a.m. Arrival at Marano della Valpolicella and visit to the first winery. Where you can visit the vineyards and the cellar, finally wine tasting.
- 12:30 p.m. Light lunch at the local restaurant.
- 02.30 p.m. Driving along the hills where you can see the different type of vineyard.
- 03:00 p.m. Explore the vineyards with winemaker of the second winery where you can meet the wine grower who will be expaining the different techniques of viticulture.
- 04:30 p.m. Return to Venice (Tronchetto).
- English speaking wine and food expert tour guide
- wine tasting at two wineries
- two cellar tours
- delicious lunch in a local restaurant
- air conditioning mini van
- photo pictures stops
- a walk in the vineyard
Departure from Tronchetto Venice, in front of the people mover station
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