Valpolicella Wine Tour: Winery Tasting & Lunch
Don’t miss our other top Valpolicella wine tour: The Amarone Wine Tour. Discover the unique winemaking method of Amarone — one of the truest expressions of our beloved Valpolicella wine region!
Details & Itinerary
Our full-day Valpolicella wine tour offers an exploration of the famous Amarone hills with a local guide, driver, lunch, and winery visits. While on the road, sit back, relax, and admire the rolling vineyard landscape.
Just a 20-minute drive from Verona, the Valpolicella wine region is one of the most famous and appreciated wine producing regions in Italy, renowned not only for Amarone wine but also Ripasso and sweet Recioto, the father of the Amarone wine!
During the day get an inside look at all the steps of the winemaking process, from fermentation to bottling. Complete the experience with a unique tasting of different vintages of Amarone..
Bonus, one of our producers offers a delectable extra virgin olive oil tasting.
Between vineyard and winery visits, enjoy a delicious, traditional lunch – of course, always paired with Valpolicella wine!
The afternoon winery visit offers a walk through the vineyards where you learn about different indigenous grape varieties of the Valpolicella wine region. We then have our wine tasting session, finishing with a grappa toast to end the day together.
- 3 wineries
- Your Expert wine tour guide
- Private van/car with air conditioning
- Lunch inside a cozy wine cellar is based on typical products (selection of cold cuts and cheeses) and a traditional main dish ( usually bigoli with ragù) plus a sweet surprise
- Grappa of Amarone tasting
- Discover secrets and techniques of wine making
What to know
Tour duration: 6 hours
Start time: 10 am
The places visited during the tour are subject to change, especially due to the weekly closing.
Bring comfortable shoes.
Check our FAQs for quick answers to your questions.
Your Tour Guide
I was born in the cosy city of Verona and I graduated in Languages and Communications. Thanks to a wonderful experience in London, I gained great knowledge in the hospitality field. To be a tour leader allows me to combine two of the things I love most: the food and wine culture of the city where I live, and the opportunity to know new people. I will lead you through the lanes of the city to discover places hanging out by the Veronese. What is important to me is to let my guests understanding the real essence of a place: its rites and traditions.