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Amarone wine tours from Bardolino

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Amarone wine tours from Bardolino


We are planning to stay 3 nights in Bardolino in June. One of the days we would like to do a wine tour to the Valpolicella/Amarone region and visit some vineyards. It seems like many of these tours or companies leave from Verona or Venice. Any ideas on a company or plan that let's us leave from the Lake. We will have a car, but we will want to enjoy the wines so will not want to drive through this area. Is the only option going to be to go to Verona to pick up a tour - this doesn't make much sense because Verona would be backtracking past the wine areas it seems. Any ideas would be great.

We also plan to visit the local Bardolino wineries, but we are fans of Amarone and wanted to experience that area specifically. Thanks!

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1. Re: Amarone wine tours from Bardolino

You may wish to take a trip to the Zeni winery, just outside Bardolino. they have a small but quite interesting museum, shop and tasting area.

Good range of wines including those you mentioned plus an excellent Luguna and Bardolino Superiore.

they also sell polystyrene containers to transport home in a suit case.

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2. Re: Amarone wine tours from Bardolino

This company offered wine tours to the Valpollicella region last year, but don't have any details yet for this year.


You can walk from Bardolino to the Zeni Wine museum, it takes around 30 minutes and is uphill initially but then levels out with nice views of the lake. To make it a circular walk you could return via Cisano then walk back along the lakeside to Bardolino.


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