Fresh handmade pasta, delicious cheeses & cold cuts, Italian gelato: that’s the triad of pleasure in Valpolicella. If you’d like to know more about these gastronomic excellences you cannot miss this fantastic experience: a tour thought by foodies for foodies.
You’ll first visit a cheese and salami producer where you’ll be tasting a delicious selection of cold cuts and genuine cheeses accompanied by homemade jams and jellies.
Next, we’ll reach Trattoria Caprini, an institution in our territory for the old tradition of pasta making. Every morning Pierina’s family makes fresh pasta since first years of nineteen hundred. We’ll assist to the magic happening: the staff will show us how it’s possible to prepare the perfect pasta and they’ll share with us their secrets. We’ll taste a selection of three different kinds of pasta and some Valpolicella wine.
To finish our foodie day in a sweet way we’ll visit Marco Scamperle’s gelateria where we’ll be taught how to prepare a creamy Italian artisanal gelato. This part of the tour is really dangerous: why? Marco’s gelato is incredible… so you are warned that after this experience, eating gelato will never be the same!
Minimum for 2 people – max 8
Area visited: Valpolicella Classica
Duration: 7 h approximately
Departure: at 9.00 a.m. from Via Roma, 33 Verona (in front of Castelvecchio)
Please notice: the tour leader, in respect of all the guests, will wait for you in case of late maximum for 15 minutes.
We want you to spend a lovely day with no distress so, please, in booking our tours, inform us if you have limited mobility (in some old cellars there are stairs); or if you have any intolerance or allergy about food/wine (some tours are including appetizers in the cellar or lunch in local restaurant).
We ask you to inform us if you have any appointment after the tour (if you booked a train ticket, an opera show in Arena or a reservation for a restaurant), so we can do our best to respect the schedule.
In the cellar the temperature is constant 15 Celsius degrees (59 Fahrenheit), so we suggest to take with you a sweater or a jacket; if it is possible we will try to show you the vineyards, so it’s recommended to wear sneakers or comfortable shoes.