Hilly vineyards in VenetoHilly vineyards in Veneto

A productive wine region

Ca’ La Bionda

Entrance to the Ca La Bionda winery in VenetoEntrance to the Ca La Bionda winery in Veneto

Vivacious Amarone – certified organic since 2012. Let’s drink to that!


Tenuta Canevel with sweeping views over the marvellous landscapeTenuta Canevel with sweeping views over the marvellous landscape

The small, elegant winery that carries the excellent reputation of Valdobbiadene Prosecco around the world.

Col de’Salici

Summer day in the vineyards of Col de’SaliciSummer day in the vineyards of Col de’Salici

Sparkling Prosecchi from the best vineyards of the famous Valdobbiadene.

Diesel Farm

Diesel Farm: Magnificent view into the valleyDiesel Farm: Magnificent view into the valley

Renzo Rosso’s passion project.

Masi Agricola

A beautiful evening scene at Masi AgricolaA beautiful evening scene at Masi Agricola

The fine wines of «Mister Amarone» Sandro Boscaini and his family.


Sunny day in the wine-growing region of MerottoSunny day in the wine-growing region of Merotto

A leading producer in the Prosecco stronghold of Valdobbiadene: craftsmanship according to old traditions.

Cantina Riff

View of the Cantina Riff vineyardsView of the Cantina Riff vineyards

Selected vineyard sites in Veneto and the Mediterranean-Alpine climate characterise these wines.

Serego Alighieri

The historic estate of Tenuta Serego AlighieriThe historic estate of Tenuta Serego Alighieri

Masi’s collaboration with the direct descendants of the great Italian poet Dante.

All old acquaintances: Prosecco, Soave, Valpolicella, Amarone – they are all at home in Veneto.

An admittedly somewhat dubious record: Veneto is the most productive wine region in Italy. The region in the north-east of the «boot» covers 75,000 hectares of vineyards and produces the largest quantity of wine in the country. The yields per hectare are often not exactly low either.

The best Prosecco vineyards

This is largely owing to the immense success of Pinot grigio around the world. Veneto is the epicentre of production of this grape. The lion’s share is exported to the USA and the UK, where the variety is affectionately known as «Greej».

The second bestseller from Veneto is called Prosecco. One hundred and fifty million bottles of this sparkling wine made from Glera grapes are produced every year. There is certainly class to be found amongst the masses: The best specimens come from Congeliano Valdobbiadene and the steep slopes of Cartizze, where the vines benefit from especially abundant sunshine.

And that’s not all: the fresh and fruity Soave and Bianco di Custoza white wines, both predominantly made from Trebbiano and Garganega, as well as the quaffable Valpolicella and Bardolino red wines from the Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grape varieties – they all have their origins in Veneto with its extensive vineyards located between Verona and Lake Garda.

The Amarone wine phenomenon

The star of the premium quality segment is Amarone. It is pressed from dried grapes. It owes its opulence, lush fruity sweetness and high alcohol content of up to 17 per cent by volume to this method. It is made from the same grape varieties as Valpolicella and Bardolino. Innovative producers, particularly the traditional Masi company, have also revitalised forgotten varieties such as Oseleta and Corbinone.

Masi also developed the so-called Ripasso technique. To achieve this, young red wine is married with whole, dried grapes and fermented a second time. The result: an intensely fruity and spicy wine that remains light and drinkable. A sweet speciality of Veneto is Recioto. It comes in both red and white.

Classic dishes from «Harry’s Bar»

What are the sights in Veneto? Where to start: the opera capital of Verona, the Carnival of Venice, the university city of Padua...? The Veneto region is also home to the most beautiful villas designed by Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio, and the hills of the Prosecco region are a delight for nature lovers.

Delicacies from the region range from fegato alla veneziana, sliced veal liver, to risi e bisi, rice with tender young peas, and red radicchio from Treviso. Two world-famous dishes were invented at «Harry’s Bar» in Venice: Carpaccio Cipriani, wafer-thin slices of beef with a delicate sauce, and the Bellini, a cocktail made from Prosecco and fresh peach purée. And make sure you do as the locals do in the lagoon city: at around eleven in the morning, one meets up with friends at a bar and drinks «un’ombra» – a «shadow» in the form of a small glass of white wine.

docg areas in Veneto

Amarone della Valpolicella, Bagnoli Friularo or Friularo di Bagnoli, Bardolino Superiore, Colli di Conegliano, Colli Euganei Fior d’Arancio or Fior d’Arancio Colli Euganei, Lison, Montello Rosso or Montello, Piave Malanotte or Malanotte del Piave, Colli Asolani-Prosecco or Asolo-Prosecco, Conegliano Valdobbiadene-Prosecco or Conegliano-Prosecco or Valdobbiadene Prosecco, Recioto della Valpolicella, Recioto di Gambellara, Recioto di Soave, Soave Superiore.

doc areas in Veneto

Arcole, Bagnoli di Sopra or Bagnoli, Bardolino, Bianco di Custoza or Custoza, Breganze, Colli Berici, Colli Euganei, Corti Benedettine del Padovano, Gambellara, Garda, Lessini Durello or Durello Lessini, Lison-Pramaggiore, Lugana, Merlara, Montello – Colli Asolani, Monti Lessini, Piave, Prosecco, Riviera del Brenta, San Martino della Battaglia, Soave, Valdadige or Etschtaler, Valdadige Terradeiforti or Terradeiforti, Valpolicella, Valpolicella Ripasso, Venezia, Vicenza, Vigneti della Serenissima or Serenissima.

Key producers

Wines from Veneto
  1. - +
    Italy, Veneto
    100 % Glera

    75 cl
    Valdobbiadene Prosecco sup. docg brut- Col de’Salici, Col de’Salici
  2. - +
    Italy, Veneto
    80 % Corvina, 10 % Oseleta, 10 % Rondinella

    75 cl
    Brolo Campofiorin – Rosso del Veronese igt, Masi
    Special Price CHF14.60 Regular Price CHF17.00


  3. - +
    Italy, Veneto
    80 % Pinot grigio / Pinot gris / Grauburgunder, 20 % Verduzzo

    75 cl
    Moxxé - Vino spumante brut – Metodo Charmat, Masi