Venetia is a wine growing region located in the North-East of Italy, between the Eastern Alps and the Adriatic Littoral. Its foothills offer an ideal environment for viticulture. Venetia is the birthplace of many known appellations, such as the famous Valpolicella, the only DOC to compete with Tuscany’s Chianti in terms of production, as well as Amarone della Valpolicella produced with the famous appassimento method. Venetia is also home to the festive sparkling wines of Prosecco and Bardolino. Venetia is Italy’s leading wine region in terms of production, accounting for a whopping 25% of Italy’s total production. It is also the wine region with the second most DOCG appellations - after Piedmont - and boasts a wide range of indigenous grape varieties. Venetia is a truly dynamic and exciting wine region, known for its production of exceptional wines and for its growing international reputation.