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Veneto — where to start?

This is huge region with a wild array of wines. The most important are Prosecco, Valpolicella, and Soave. There is another short list of awesome regions such as Lugana. It’s a region that is easy to get overwhelmed by.

Let’s dive into the big three as mentioned in the video, and then a few other regions of note from there.

Map resources for the Veneto

Cellar Tours: Veneto Wine Map

Society of Wine Educators: Veneto Wine Map

Vineyards.com: Veneto Wine Map


Winesearcher: The Glera grape

Wine Folly: The Prosecco Wine Guide

Sparkling Winos: Prosecco 101

Forbes: Is Expensive Prosecco Worth the Price?

My favorite producer is Adami.
Drinkhacker: Tasting four Adami Prosecco

Pinot Grigio

Winesearcher: Pinot Gris (Grigio)

Wine Enthusiast: A Six Bottle Masterclass on Pinot Grigio

Vinepair: The 10 Most Popular Pinot Grigio Brands in the World


Winesearcher: The Corvina Grape

Winesearcher: Valpolicella

Vincarta: 10 Essential Things to Know About Valpolicella Wine

Wine Folly: Valpolicella Wine Pyramid from Classico to Amarone

Pinterest: Amarone Wine (photos of the grape drying process)

More fun regions and wines of the Veneto

Amarone Tours (a great company): Soave and Soave Classico

Amarone Tours: Lugana

WineSearcher: Gambellara