The Prosecco hills are in northeastern Italy, primarily in the Veneto region. They extend from the towns of Valdobbiadene to Conegliano and are part of the larger Veneto wine region.
The Prosecco hills, also known as the Prosecco Superiore DOCG hills, stretch across a vast area of the province of Treviso in the northeastern part of Italy’s Veneto region, encompassing the towns of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano. They are part of the larger Veneto wine region, home to some of the most renowned Italian wines.
Rolling hills and picturesque vineyards characterize the landscape of the Prosecco hills, creating a sight to behold.
The area’s unique climate, soil, and topography make it an ideal location for growing the Glera grapes used to produce Prosecco wine.
In recognition of the wine’s unique quality produced in this region, the Prosecco hills are designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Tourists flock to the Prosecco hills to experience the beauty of the landscape and taste the local wine. Numerous wineries and vineyards in the area offer wine-tasting tours and guided visits.
Visitors can also enjoy a leisurely hike or bike ride through the hills and enjoy the stunning scenery.