Take the opportunity to learn about the historical area where Prosecco wine born, and taste the various version of this wine! "Conegliano-Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore" wine, the difference between Brut, Extra Dry, Prosecco col fondo, Prosecco Tranquillo, Prosecco Frizzante: how may of yours know differences? You’ll be introduced to the Prosecco world and you’ll learn about specific traits of the different blends of Prosecco, its history, culture, and characteristics of the territory, then we will visit a Vinery, where you can learn how Prosecco wine is made, with the first tasting of 3 wines. after that we will move to a typical "osteria" to do a tasting masterclass with five different wines, starting from the wine that Venetians made in the XVII century up to the last version famous over the world, and learn their story through 500 years. Wine tasting will be served with some typical cheese and salami from our country: we will try to make some food and wine pairing in a funny play!! Price is ALL INCLUSIVE, and includes a small brochure with the story and some hints about Prosecco world! Experience is offered in English and Italian. Cogliete l'opportunità di conoscere la storia e i vini legati alle nostre colline e al mondo del Prosecco! Faremo una degustazione guidata di 5 tipologie di vino, abbinati a prodotti tipici del territorio, in un tipico locale.
I live in San Pietro di Feletto, in the Prosecco hills countryside. I'm a graduate Sommelier since 2009, with 3 certificates, one of Wordwide Sommelier Association. my passion are gastronomy and history of my country. I organize courses and masterclass about wine tasting, story of wine in Venice, and collaborate with some restaurants. I can offer you a experience based on a mix of story an wine tasting in one of the most famous wine country: the Prosecco hills!
typical chesee and salami with bread.
5 type of Prosecco wine, in a historical tasting that cover 300 years of story. I'll introduce you to the tasting techniques.
We will be in the heart of "Proseccoshire", having a view over the hills where the Glera (this is the name of vinegrapes that produce Prosecco wine) born. It's a fantastic country, just below the mountains. There are a lot of hystorical places. Currently awaiting to be recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage site.
Feel free to ask if you have questions or dubts, I'm flexible in timetable!