Land of the charming sparkler of Prosecco, grown in the hills of Conegliano and Valdobiadine. With a bowl of olives , it's the perfect way to start off a meal or an impromptu get together. It's the classic drink for the Italian aperitivo.
Everyone knows about the rich and sumptuous fruit of Amarone; it's one of Italy's gret reds and needs little introduction. Off to the right of the Amarone zone, and still under the temepering influence of Lake Garda, is the white Soave from the GarGANega grape. Good Soave strikes a balance between white fruit, freshness, drinkability, and that ability to pair with almost anything. It makes a great house white.
The there's the top-notch red wines, practically unknown outside Italy, found in the zones of Colli Euganei and Colli Berici. The volcanic and moiranic soli there provides the base for Bordeaux varities (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc) of excellent quality.