Prosecco.it — Conegliano Valdobbiadene

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Spring is here again, with lots of ideas for enjoying our region in the new “Visit Conegliano Valdobbiadene” magazine

The new edition of the biannual publication devoted to wine tourism in the hills of the Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G.is now online, including suggestions and ideas for the spring and summer
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“Visit Conegliano Valdobbiadene” is the six-monthly magazine, published by the Producers’ Consortium for  Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore in cooperation with the Prosecco Superiore Wine Road association, dedicated to wine, food and experiential tourism.

In a zone where great tastes and beauty are to be found at almost every turn in the sinuous roads and pathways that – in the midst of vineyards and picturesque villages – run up and down the hillsides of Conegliano, Vittorio Veneto, Valdobbiadene and the Piave plateau, visitors are encouraged to discover the area’s cultural treasures, savour the local cuisine, and experience the region’s events in person. This magazine, which is published twice a year (at the start of spring and at the beginning of autumn) and with contents in two languages (Italian and English), is designed to be a guide with which to approach the area, full of suggestions and ideas for excursions in the land of Prosecco Superiore.

In the spring/summer number, which can be downloaded here and browsed together with previous editions, you will find:

  • PORTFOLIO – Some beautiful pictures of the region
  • MY CONEGLIANO VALDOBBIADENE (by Luca Zaia)
  • GET TO KNOW PROSECCO SUPERIORE
  • DIARY

In addition to the usual thematic insights:

DISCOVER

  • The impressive Val Trippera (by Giovanni Carraro)
  • Tales of Industry (by Marina Grasso)
  • Silent beauty (by Marina Grasso)

TASTE

  • Purveyors of Taste
  • The Breath of Superiore (by Luigi Moio)
  • Seasonal recipe

EXPERIENCE

  • The thousand faces of Superiore wine
  • Springtime dedicated to memory of the Great War
  • The “foghi” of Sant’Augusta
  • Wolf Ferrari, the landscape poet
  • Exploring the hills on horseback
  • Once upon a time there was the charcoal burner

CULTURE

  • The humanity of Gigetta