In dulge yourself in a trip in search of taste, art and culture in a territory characterized by history and wine dressers. Conegliano, moral capital city of this territory, hosts one of the most important wine institutions like the Scuola di Viticultura e di Enologia(School of the Grapevine Cultivation and Enology) established by Antonio Carpenè and the Accademia della Vite e del Vino (Academy of the Grapevine and Wine).
This famous and enchanting road starts at the Conegliano Castle and crosses the entire hilly region where the Prosecco and Cartizze white wines are produced on the side of Mount Cesen. The route is characterized by hills, vast vineyards and old farms. The towns and resorts you encounter along the way preserve the artistic treasures typical of this traditionally agricultural area. The lush summer vegetation gives way to an explosion of warm autumn colours at harvest time. The road passes through the towns where the famous wine is produced: S.Pietro, Refrontolo, Farra, Col S. Martino, Guia, S.Stefano and San Pietro di Barbozza. On the way you will see Conegliano with its surrounding hamlets: Campidui, Campolongo, Collabrigo, Costa, Due Osterie, Guizza, Marcorà and Scomigo. The town is located in the north of the Marca Trevigiana area, at the feet of a hilly belt covered mainly by vineyards, with a castle dominating them and the Monticano River that runs through it. San Pietro di Feletto with its surrounding hamlets of Rua di Feletto, Bagnolo, S.Michele and Santa Maria. This wine-producing town is well known for both its white Prosecco and red Cabernet wines. It is also well known for its rush craft and it is possible to purchase rush furniture, tables, chairs etc. The old monumental church of San Pietro di Feletto houses Romanic-Byzantine style frescoes. Refrontolo: from its position on top of the hills, the resort dominates Quartier del Piave and from the viewpoint you can see Montello, the Asolo hills, Mount Grappa, Valdobbiadene’s Prosecco hills and the Prealps surrounding Treviso. The area is famous for its fruity, sweet red Marzemino wine.
Pieve di Soligo, Barbisano and Solighetto: North of Montello, on the left bank of the Piave river in the flat area known as Quartier del Piave; the land is hilly, crossed by the Soligo River and the southernmost stretch of the river valley caracterizes it.
Farra di Soligo: at the feet of the Prosecco hills, located between the hilly belt to the north and lowlands to the south, lies the area known as Quartier del Piave.
Col San Martino is an important Prosecco-producing center and lies at the feet of the hilly belt. The town is dominated by the little church of San Virgilio, dating back to the 13th century with frescoes from the 14th century, the Temple of San Martino with its octagonal shape and the archpriest’s church dedicated to Madonna Annunziata, built in 1904 and located right by an ancient bell tower dating back to the 15th century.
Soligo, the little church of Santa Maria Nova, villa Brandolini and villa De Toffoli. The parish church, the altar by F. da Milano and works by Bellucci, the important oratory of Santa Maria Nova with its remarkable group of paintings showing works from the Rimini school (14th century); possibility of trips on Coi de Fer and to San Gallo.
Valdobbiadene and the hamlets of Bigolino, Guia, Pianezze, San Giovanni, San Pietro di Barbozza, Santo Stefano and San Vito. The city center is located on a hill at the feet of Mounts Barbaria and Cesen. The surrounding area is characterized by the hills where Prosecco wine is produced. The main square is dominated from above by the 18th century bell tower and the church with its works by Palma the Younger, F. Beccaruzziand Paris Bordon. Valdobbiadene and Conegliano form the capital of the Prosecco production and every year the cities host the National Spumante Show in its famousVilla dei Cedri.