Today we will visit wineries and cellar doors, and explore the method of Prosecco making from bunch to bottle, tasting and learning as we go.
In the afternoon we visit the Abbey of Santa Maria in Follina. This 13th century Cistercian Abbey is famed for its outstanding cloister.
At lunch we will try more local produce in a traditional menu, perhaps in a medieval castle, so there will be plenty of history as well as beautiful food and wine to digest.
At the end of the day we hope that you will have a whole new appreciation for the wonderful, sparkling wine that is Prosecco, and for the people who make it and the landscape they live in.
Find out more about this small group tour in April/May 2015 now!