There are so many places on Prosecco Poad it's hard to know where to go. So, I've created this list of some of my favorites (some are favorites because their prosecco is superior, some because the hosts and owners are really fun, and some because they just have a cool vibe or tasting room) each one is explained below (and there is a Google map at the bottom to help you find them). Enjoy!
Pasticceria La Villa:
The treats here are so delicious! I often would stop here for my morning coffee on my way into prosecco road. If it looks good I say go for it but also it's always fun to ask "qual è piu buono?" or "qual è il tuo favorito?" and see what you end up with. When I asked that one time I ended up with a delicious lemon treat that I never would have ordered but was for sure my favorite that day.
Azienda Agricola Gallina Sergio:
As far as taste this place is probably my favorite. They specialize in prosecco that is smooth and easy to drink. There isn't much going on in terms of a place to hang out but seriously the prosecco is good.
I personally don't love the prosecco here but so many of my friends do. They have an impressive range of sweet to not at all sweet and they are super generous with the tasting and explanations. Definitely a good place for someone wanting to learn about the different styles of prosecco.
Col Vetoraz Spumanti:
The prosecco here is average but they just re-did their tasting room and it's super beautiful. Plus they have a pretty nice bathroom which is always a bonus. I wouldn't go out of your way to go here but since it's right next to "Osteria Senz'Oste" you can stop if you have the time.
This place is the favorite. It's where you want to sit and take a break from tasting. The name of the place means "no host" which is what makes this place so magical. When you arrive you follow the little trail to a store where you can get bread, cheese, eggs, and meat and just pay the machine for what you take (it's all on the honor system). Then head up the hill to the vending machine and pick out a bottle of prosecco (the cheapest one is 10-12 euros for the bottle). Take a few cups and head up the hill for a picnic with a fantastic view. This is seriously such a fun place!
This place is a winery/B&B. When I went it was poppin' and the staff were super fun. The prosecco was good (not exceptional but for sure good) but the staff (and guests) were super fun. (On the google map this place is just slightly off, it's over to the left a little bit and up a tiny driveway, look for the sign with an "AB" on it.)
I discovered this place while doing a search of the prosecco road region. All I saw was a picture of their basement and I knew I had to find it. Schedule a tour if you want to see their basement and the way they bottled before automation. The prosecco here is also delicious! This has become a place that all of us have returned to (and brought visitors) quite frequently.
This place made the cut not because they had the coolest vibe (other places have far superior vibes) but because the prosecco is good. It's a bit pricey but that's because their prosecco is better than a lot of the others out there. There is a fee to taste but it's waived if you purchase prosecco.