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Dec 21, 2016 Prosecco should be served cold (38–45 °F / 3–7 °C), and most will agree that the best glass to serve Prosecco in is a sparkling tulip glass. The tulip glass is ideal because it’s tall and slender, which helps preserve the bubbles’ finesse for longer, while the larger bulb at the top helps collect more of the wine’s floral aromas. Details about Prosecco DOC, including grape varieties used, wine styles, production rules, statistics, region map, pronunciation, history, and more. Wine Region Maps Argentina Australia Austria Bulgaria Canada Chile Croatia France Germany Greece Hungary Italy New Zealand Portugal Romania South Africa Spain United Kingdom United States. Jul 13, 2015 Even better, there’s an uncorked bottle of Prosecco ready on the bar at any moment. Topics italy wine wine regions Wine Tasting prosecco sparkling wine wineries The Daily. Download the Prosecco Wine Route Map below. 85% Glera, at least. A Prosecco Superiore Spring 'Brindiamo con Primavera del Prosecco' or 'Let's raise a glass to Prosecco Spring' is a firmly established wine event taking place from the first week of March to the first week of June.
I’ve put together a map of the Prosecco region. See below. It’s in Google Maps and it is fully open so you can create a copy and save to your device for use when you’re in Italy, adding your own locations along the way. Or you can simply use my version for planning your trip.
I don’t know about you but I don’t feel like I have a grasp of a place until I see it plotted out on a map.
It’s a work in progress so I will be adding to it over time. For now it has the basic locations that you need for planning a trip to the Prosecco region including the airports in Venice and Treviso, and the train stations in each which – both of which will take you to the the Prosecco region in under an hour.
I’ve included a few landmarks in Venice so you can get your bearings e.g. see where St Mark’s Square is relative to the Santa Lucia train station. For Venice, I’ve also included a list of hotels and other accommodation in the city. You can read more about that here.
You’ll also find map locations for various hotels and homestays within the Prosecco region itself including in Conegliano and Follina. I’ll be adding more soon. If you don’t like being overwhelmed by choice, check out this short list of my favourite places to stay in the Prosecco region.
Prosecco Wine Route Map
And, of course, what would a map of Italy’s Prosecco region be without a list of the vineyards to visit and restaurants to eat at. So, you’ll find those in there too.
I’m forever collecting recommendations so if you have any suggestions, let me know in the comments below. Or, email me here.
And if you want to know about the tours offered by the drivers I work with, you can find details (and book online) here.
Map of the Prosecco Region
Prosecco Wine Map
Click on the map to view it in Google Maps. Otherwise, click here to go directly to the map.