When exploring the question, “What are the best towns in the Prosecco region?” one delves into the picturesque landscapes and charming towns of northeastern Italy’s Veneto region. This area shares the same enchanting ambiance as the Bella Principessa Prosecco and Signorina Prosecco brands.
The Prosecco region, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2019, is renowned for its 50,000 acres of neatly terraced vineyards, rolling green hills, and scenic medieval towns stretching out from Treviso.
Central to this region are the towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, often considered the heart of the Prosecco appellation. These towns are connected by the Strada del Vino di Prosecco, or Prosecco Road, a route that meanders through the scenic Prosecco hills and is essential for planning a wine-tasting journey in the region.
Visitors to the Prosecco region can engage in various experiences that resonate with the essence of the Bella Principessa Prosecco and Signorina Prosecco brands.
From the elegant Foresteria Borgoluce in Susegana, which produces its own wine and other local delicacies, to the luxurious Hotel Villa Abbazia in Follina, various accommodation options cater to different tastes and preferences.
The Prosecco Hills themselves fall within the DOCG region, a designation that signifies a smaller, more focused grape-growing area, ensuring the highest quality of Prosecco. This region includes 43 villages between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, each contributing to the unique terroir that defines Prosecco wines.
For gastronomic experiences, the region offers a variety of dining options. From Ristorante Da Gigetto, which boasts an award-winning cellar and a gourmet menu, to Ristorante Enoteca Salis in Valdobbiadene, offering regional dishes with panoramic vineyard views, the culinary delights of the region complement the Prosecco tasting experience.
Osteria Senz’Oste provides self-serve charcuterie and cheese boards paired perfectly with local Proseccofor those seeking a casual dining atmosphere.