This past week we drove up to the Valdobbiadene wine region which produces some of the best prosecco in the world. The vineyards are planted on the sides of very steep and tall hills which reduce the yields compared to France’s champagne and other sparkling wine regions.
The scenery was beautiful and wines were superb!
Views of the Valdobbiadene Valley from the Col Vetoraz
Another views of the Valdobbiadene Valley from the Col Vetoraz
A church up on the top of another ridge
Another nearby winery
The Val D’Oca Winery, one of my favorites in the region. I like how the texture reminds me of bubbles.
Valdobbiadene prosecco extra dry
Bellussi Prosecco Superiore
This prosecco is a 2015 vintage prosecco which is stored in these beautiful blue bottles. Very tasty and sells at a reasonable price.
If you would like more information on the Valdobbiadene region, you can check out the Overview page on TripAdvisor.com.