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WHERE TO TRY PROSECCO

Carpene Mal­volti

Via A. Carpen, 1, Conegliano 011-39-0438-364-611 carpene-mal­volti.com Tast­ings, which last about an hour, can be ar­ranged week­days by ap­point­ment only. Per per­son, about $7.

Gar­bara Via Menegazzi, 19, S. Ste­fano di Val­dob­bi­adene 011-39-0423-900-155 gar­bara.it/v3_eng_in­dex.html Tast­ings are avail­able week­days by reser­va­tion only. There is no charge for tast­ings (but guests are ex­pected to buy at least one bot­tle of bub­bly). Gar­bara also runs an agri­t­ur­ismo that’s open for lunch and din­ner March 15 through Septem­ber. Reser­va­tions re­quired.

WHERE TO EAT

Trat­to­ria Alla Cima Via Cima, 13, S. Pi­etro di Bar­bozza, Val­dob­bi­adene 011-39-0423-972-711 www.trat­to­riacima.it Chic hill­top restau­rant serv­ing lots of area pros­ec­cos and lo­cal spe­cial­ties, which in­clude meats roasted over wood fire. Open for lunch and din­ner. Closed Mon­day night and all day Tues­day. Reser­va­tions rec­om­mended.

WHO TO SHOW YOU AROUND

Ori­ana Bal­liana 011-39-3404-227-040, obal­liana@gmail.com Charm­ing lo­cal guide with deep pas­sion and knowl­edge of pros­ec­cos and area at­trac­tions. She can help with ev­ery­thing from trans­porta­tion to reser­va­tions at prosecco pro­duc­ers and restau­rants. Fees run about $135 for a four-hour tour.

IN­FOR­MA­TION www.prosecco.it/en

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