Explore | Ancient home of Prosecco is all sparkles
The article wrote by the journalist Winsor Dobbin on the march issue of the Magazine Explore, describes the Conegliano Valdobbiadene region, the birthplace of Prosecco, as a mesmerizingly beautiful wine region that offers a heady mix of wine, food, art, history, and spectacular scenery. He said it is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is home to many small artisanal cellars, exclusive cooking schools, and restaurants serving traditional and contemporary cuisine. He highlighted that visitors can explore the Prosecco Road, a 90-kilometer route winding through the region’s steep inclines, and enjoy a glass of bubbles paired with local gourmet treats.
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