Did you know that in Northern Italy there is a wine region where an entire family of red wines is produced every year? They are all delicious, but the best one is the Amarone.
If you want to get to know this wine better, you do not have to travel all the way to Verona, you can do so staying home! Join our virtual wine experience, click and start the adventure. With the help of the virtual expert guide you will discover Valpolicella wine region and, “flying” from one place to another, you will see a lot about the wine-making process in this area. Meet a local wine-maker during the Virtual Tour, so they can explain how they started their production and what are the traits of their wines!
What do you need to join this experience? A computer or tablet, Internet access and a glass of Valpolicella wine!
- Live streaming with a wine-maker
- Amazing Landscapes
- Meet the producer
- Learn wine making process
How It Works
||1. Setup instructions sent via email
||2. Log into Zoom
||3. Meet the guide
All year around on request
Online on Zoom (we will send you details after booking)
Live guide, Meeting with a wine maker
Full refund for cancellations at least 7 days in advance, read more
- This activity runs with a minimum of 2 participants
- During the activity there will be a little wine tasting with the tour leader, so if you want, you can get a bottle of red wine to toast together and to smell the perfume of the wine
Group from 1 to 4 connections: € 79 total
from 5 to 8: € 99 total
from 9 to 12: € 110 total
from 13 to 15: € 125 total
from 16 to 20: € 150 total
more than 20: € 200 total
Hello! My name is Alessandro, and I'm a wine lover for a long time. I live in Valpolicella, the land of Amarone, and I've been a tour leader for more than 10 years in the wine tourism. I'm so curious and last years I started exploring more other wine region in the north of Italy, with my friends and colleagues Francesca, Andrea and Elisabeth, such as Prosecco hills, Piedmont and Langhe. I'm looking forward to take you around these beautiful wine regions as soon as possible.