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Visit Conegliano Valdobbiadene: a new look for the new season

It's online the newest issue of the publication devoted to wine tourism in the hills of the Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G., 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.

On the occasion of the prestigious Fiftieth anniversary of the Denomination, the magazine has been completely renewed in its graphic design, which now presents itself in a clear, elegant form, which makes room for the contents without taking away space from the photos, which remain one of the strenghts of the publication thanks to the immediacy in communicating the uniqueness of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene landscape.

Visit Conegliano Valdobbiadene 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, with contents in two languages (Italian and English).

In the new issue, which can be downloaded here and browsed together with previous editions, you will find:

  • PORTFOLIO – Some Beautiful pictures of region


  • The street of murals (by Giovanni Carraro)
  • Hills of orchids (with pictures by Gianni Marciano)
  • Tourism on two wheels


  • The asparagus season (by Marina Grasso)
  • The rebirth of Verdiso (by Diego Tomasi)
  • A Star from Salento (by Marina Grasso)
  • The Recipe


  • Conegliano Valdobbiadene Festival
  • It’s springtime
  • The adventurous journeys of De Carlo (by Francesca Costaperaria)
  • The serenity of Bonsai
  • The landscapes of the Ciardi


  • The last bell ringer (by Paolo Colombo)


  • A journey through History


  • Events in the region
  • Useful addresses
  • The map of the region
  • Get to know Prosecco Superiore