Veneto

The eighth largest of Italy’s wine regions and one which is quickly growing in popularity, Veneto is in the north-east corner of Italy. It forms part of the Trivenuto Zone alongside Trentino-Alto Adige and Fruili-Venezia Guilia. The northern location means that Veneto has some German characteristics to some of its wines.

Veneto has over 90,000 hectares of vineyards and is the biggest DOC producer in the whole of Italy. More than half of all wine production in the region is white with many classic wines from the area based on the native grape varietals including the Glera, once known as Prosecco and Verduzzo.

There has been growing interest in Veneto wines and this has led to more varietals being introduced including successful experiments with Cabernets, Chardonnay and some Pinot varieties.

The eighth largest of Italy’s wine regions and one which is quickly growing in popularity, Veneto is in the north-east corner of Italy. It forms part of the Trivenuto Zone alongside Trentino-Alto Adige and Fruili-Venezia Guilia. The northern location means that Veneto has some German characteristics to some of its wines.

Veneto has over 90,000 hectares of vineyards and is the biggest DOC producer in the whole of Italy. More than half of all wine production in the region is white with many classic wines from the area based on the native grape varietals including the Glera, once known as Prosecco and Verduzzo.

There has been growing interest in Veneto wines and this has led to more varietals being introduced including successful experiments with Cabernets, Chardonnay and some Pinot varieties.

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