The quintessential aperitivo choice for most Italians and around the world, Prosecco is a sublime drink that lives as an expression of the territory it stems from. The Prosecco hills, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, are nestled between the Prealps and the Piave river, to the northwest of the Veneto region; the area is so rich in dramatic landscapes and sublime vineyards that it has attracted writers and poets across the centuries.
The Strada del Prosecco (Prosecco Wine Road) is the oldest of its kind in Italy – it was established in 1966 – and connects the towns where this delicious wine is produced: Valdobbiadene, Conegliano and Vittorio Veneto are only a few of the pretty towns along the road.
Art lovers may also know Conegliano because of local Renaissance artist Cima da Conegliano and his works depicting scenes from the life of Christ, Madonna and Child or various saints; it is, however, certainly Bacchus enthusiasts who love to explore the area as this is, in fact, where Prosecco Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG originates
Let’s join in the fun and raise a glass!