Albergo a Treviso, costruzione 17° secolo, villa di lusso


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prosecco experience



Live in the Proseccoland, across the Unesco Treasures: Venice, Venetian Villas and The Dolomites

From Conegliano to Valdobbiadene the landscape features a number of vineyards, rural villages, castles and ancient churches. It is also the homeland of a world renowned wine: Prosecco.
This offer enables guests to develop their knowledge of this unique sparkling wine through a tasting at the three top wineries in the district travelling around the Unesco treasures

The offer comprises:

1 overnights in a Comfort double room
Buffet breakfast
1 Classic Menu a " La Corte " escl. drinks )
3 Prosecco Experience and visit to the Osteria senza oste

Cost of the offer per person: € 230,00

For specific requests, e.g. duration extension, single room arrangement, etc. please contact +39-0438-971277 or Rate may vary without notice

Lovely bubbly: a taste of Italy's prosecco region ( august 2010 )

Italy's sparkling wine comes from a gorgeous valley north of Venice. Stay in Luxury Relais & Chateaux  or  Hip Hotel dei Chiostri  and osterie, and eat at local trattorie, for a real taste of the area - and its refreshing fizz

Italy's famous sparkling prosecco wine comes from vineyards that cover a picturesque valley, just north of Venice. While Champagne refers to a region, prosecco is the name of the grape that is grown on rolling hills that stretch from the town of Valdobbiadene past Treviso and Conegliano, as far as Vittorio Veneto. A couple of days driving along this "strada del vino" combines wine tastings in village cantinas, staying in luxury hotels Relais Chateaux , and the chance to discover the local Veneto cuisine in rural osterie or gourmet restaurant.........

Osteria senza oste

The name of this quite magical locale is "osteria without a host", and it totally lives up to its name, with no one behind the bar, and customers trusted to serve themselves prosecco from the fridge, along with cheese, hams, boiled eggs and bread. You then pop the payment into a wooden box. And somehow it works. Owned by a salami maker from a nearby village, the osteria is very difficult to find - obviously there are no signposts - and it's best to ask directions in Santo Stefano. A winding lane leads into the middle of vineyards where the car has to be parked, and then a five-minute walk brings you out by this ancient stone cottage. A bottle of wine and a whole salami each cost €10 (£8.30), and tables are set out on a shady terrace with stunning views of the surrounding vine-clad hills.