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Welcome to the Road of Prosecco and Wines of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Hills

July 9th, 2018

A scenic route surrounded by steep hills, fascinating landscapes and ancient history.

The main route of the new Road of Prosecco winds along the hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, tracing the original route inaugurated in 1966, which was the first original itinerary of Italian wine.

Thematic routes were added to the historic route in 2003 that best enhance one of the world's unique territories, its varying viticultural landscapes and the many places of historical and artistic interest. The absolute protagonist of the route could only be Prosecco Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG, the utmost expression of Prosecco, produced exclusively in a small area of 15 hill towns in Alta Marca Trevigiana.

The journey begins in Conegliano, the birthplace of the wine that made this territory famous and where the first Oenological School of Italy was founded in 1876. It is also home to the nineteenth-century Bottega del Vino, which has been declared a national monument, and the L. Manzoni Wine Museum which collects the research carried out by scholars who studied at the School.

The route continues towards the historic village of Collalbrigo, which offers its visitors picturesque views of the hills dominated by lush vineyards. Following along the gentle hills of Conegliano, the route leads to San Pietro di Feletto, a small village where the 12th-century Romanesque parish church with precious frescoes overlooks the surrounding area.

After leaving San Pietro di Feletto the next stop is Refrontolo, where between woods and rows of vines the route leads to an old mill set in the rock, known as Molinetto della Croda.

The route then heads towards Solighetto, home to the eighteenth-century Villa Brandolini, the headquarters of the Prosecco Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG Preservation Consortium. Not far away in Soligo, a short walk leads to the small temple of San Gallo, which offers an extraordinary panoramic view of the underlying Piave valley.

The journey then proceeds to Farra di Soligo, where two medieval towers stand tall: the Towers of Credazzo. Not to be missed in the nearby Col San Martino is the charming little church of San Vigilio, easily reachable with an excursion through the vineyards.

After visiting the church of San Virgilio, follow the hills with their characteristic cone shape to reach Colbertaldo, where the path begins to ascend to reach Cartizze, which in addition to being the very best quality of the denomination, is also one of the most breath-taking Italian viticultural landscapes.

After admiring the unforgettable panorama of Cartizze, the path descends towards Follo to then rise again in the direction of Santo Stefano, where the path offers an amazing view of the hills of Prosecco Superiore DOCG from above.

Here, right in the heart of the DOCG area of Valdobbiadene, our winery can be visited. It is a "cave" dug out of the precious rock and land of Prosecco, preserved with all its original details.

After passing Santo Stefano, the route finally reaches its last stop, Valdobbiadene. The main square, the beautiful buildings in neoclassical style and the 17th-century Church of San Gregorio are all worth visiting, without a doubt.

A scenic route surrounded by steep hills, fascinating landscapes and ancient history.

The main route of the new Road of Prosecco winds along the hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, tracing the original route inaugurated in 1966, which was the first original itinerary of Italian wine.

Thematic routes were added to the historic route in 2003 that best enhance one of the world's unique territories, its varying viticultural landscapes and the many places of historical and artistic interest. The absolute protagonist of the route could only be Prosecco Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG, the utmost expression of Prosecco, produced exclusively in a small area of 15 hill towns in Alta Marca Trevigiana.

The journey begins in Conegliano, the birthplace of the wine that made this territory famous and where the first Oenological School of Italy was founded in 1876. It is also home to the nineteenth-century Bottega del Vino, which has been declared a national monument, and the L. Manzoni Wine Museum which collects the research carried out by scholars who studied at the School.

The route continues towards the historic village of Collalbrigo, which offers its visitors picturesque views of the hills dominated by lush vineyards. Following along the gentle hills of Conegliano, the route leads to San Pietro di Feletto, a small village where the 12th-century Romanesque parish church with precious frescoes overlooks the surrounding area.

After leaving San Pietro di Feletto the next stop is Refrontolo, where between woods and rows of vines the route leads to an old mill set in the rock, known as Molinetto della Croda.

The route then heads towards Solighetto, home to the eighteenth-century Villa Brandolini, the headquarters of the Prosecco Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG Preservation Consortium. Not far away in Soligo, a short walk leads to the small temple of San Gallo, which offers an extraordinary panoramic view of the underlying Piave valley.

The journey then proceeds to Farra di Soligo, where two medieval towers stand tall: the Towers of Credazzo. Not to be missed in the nearby Col San Martino is the charming little church of San Vigilio, easily reachable with an excursion through the vineyards.

After visiting the church of San Virgilio, follow the hills with their characteristic cone shape to reach Colbertaldo, where the path begins to ascend to reach Cartizze, which in addition to being the very best quality of the denomination, is also one of the most breath-taking Italian viticultural landscapes.

After admiring the unforgettable panorama of Cartizze, the path descends towards Follo to then rise again in the direction of Santo Stefano, where the path offers an amazing view of the hills of Prosecco Superiore DOCG from above.

Here, right in the heart of the DOCG area of Valdobbiadene, our winery can be visited. It is a "cave" dug out of the precious rock and land of Prosecco, preserved with all its original details.

After passing Santo Stefano, the route finally reaches its last stop, Valdobbiadene. The main square, the beautiful buildings in neoclassical style and the 17th-century Church of San Gregorio are all worth visiting, without a doubt.