bring visions of romantic gondola rides through the canals, but
the region surrounding it is even more interesting if you love
region in northern Italy reaches from Lake Garda in the west to
the Adriatic Sea in the east. It is home to a wide range of wines
both red and white, with more types of wines produced than in
any other region in Italy.
There are 80 grape varieties that are authorized in Veneto. Vintners grow many varieties that are native to other areas of the world, but the best wines come from the grapes that were bred to this region.
White varieties include Garganega, Prosecco, Trebbiano, and Vespaiola. Reds include Corvina, Molinara, Rondinella, and Negrara.
Amarone, Valpolicella, Soave, and sparkling Prosecco are some
of the favorites that are produced in Veneto that remain some of the top selling wines throughout the world.
More information about Veneto wines around the Web:
About the Veneto - Check out this Wine Enthusiast feature on the region with a brief history along with information and tasting notes on the region's top wines Fun facts, photos, and a list of common grape varieties complete the picture.