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A - The Prosecco Road from Conegliano to Valdobbiadene PDF Print Email

proseccoIn all of the Province of Treviso, visitors can see vineyards where the renowned Prosecco wine is made. However, the Road where the DOCG Prosecco Superiore is grown is the one that connects Valdobbiadene and Conegliano and that was nominated for the UNESCO World Heritage list for its geographic and scenic characteristics.
The guided tour starts with … and it includes a stop at the Oratory of Saint Vigilius, a charming building dominating the surrounding valleys. Research dates the origin of the building to the Lombard-Carolingian period, but documents bear witness to its existence from 1217. The frescoes inside the oratory are from the 15th century. The tour then winds up in San Pietro di Feletto with a stop at the homonymous Pieve, which also has a favorable geographical position overlooking a beautiful landscape. The current appearance was given to it in the 11th century. Beneath the porch stands the renowned “Sunday Christ”, and inside there is a remarkable fresco cycle from the 15th century. The tour continues in Refrantolo with a visit to the Molinetto della Croda, a mill with foundations built on rocks (“croda” in dialect) that dates back to the 17th century. The mill and the millstone that was used to make flour in the past were recently restored. The guided tour ends with…

B - The Route of the Red Wines of Piave PDF Print Email

La strada dei Vini Rossi del Piave

Time: 3 hours
Transport: by bus
Suggested time: all-year
Geographic location: flat area, east of the province of Treviso


To the right and left of the Piave there is a long tourist wine-route over 150 km, which extends from the lagoon of Venice in the territories of the Province of Treviso up to the foothills, from Roncade to Portobuffolè, from Conegliano to Oderzo Motta di Livenza.

The topography of the area with sand, gravel and clay have always favored the cultivation of grapes (Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Raboso), while the traditional culture was influenced by the testimonies of Templar and the Venetian domination.
The route can make a stop in the church of St. George with the famous fresco of the Last Supper, the Tempio di Ormelle, the Torre di Rai, the acheological area of Oderzo, the houses of Gaia da Camino in Portobuffolé.


C - The Wine Road of Montello PDF Print Email

La strada dei Vini del MontelloTime: 3 hours
Transport: by bus
Suggested time: all-year
Geographic location: hilly area, in the center of the Province of Treviso


In the heart of Treviso there is the first mountain range: the hills of Montello, called The Forest of Venice for centuries, since that was the source of supply of timber for the Arsenal of Venice. During the First World War it became the theater of the most bloody and decisive battles.

Unfortunately, Francesco Baracca ended his aerial adventures here. Now it is a delightful place for the view that opens toward the river Piave and the richness of nature and its products: mushrooms, chestnuts and wines. The route was recently named the Wine Road of Montello, among which we can list: Prosecco DOC, Merlot, Cabernet, Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco and Grigio.



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