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Wine Tasting Tour at San Leonardo Estate in Trento

Wine Tasting Tour at San Leonardo Estate in Trento - Trento, Italy

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Trento, Italy

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$50.26

Live authentic Italian experiences...Visit a famous winery and walk through its vineyard learning the secrets of the winemakers and listening to the stories of the family who owns the estate. An amazing experience discovering an hidden gem of Trento wine region!

You will visit one of the most important and famous wineries of Italy: Tenuta San Leonardo. It opens its gates to let you discover its hidden world and its important history.

Founded in 1724 where once there stood a monastery for Crouched Friars, Tenuta San Leonardo has since remained in the same family. Cast into the shadow of the first world war, the estate was converted into the headquarters of the 29th Corps of the Italian army. As the war waned, the Italian and the Austrians negotiated the terms of the armistice that would eventually bring an end to the war for Italy at San Leonardo in October 1918. As Italy emerged from war and experienced an economic resurgence, Tenuta San Leonardo also looked to reinvent itself as control of the estate was passed to Marchese Carlo Gonzaga in the late 1960s ... More info ›

Live authentic Italian experiences...Visit a famous winery and walk through its vineyard learning the secrets of the winemakers and listening to the stories of the family who owns the estate. An amazing experience discovering an hidden gem of Trento wine region!

You will visit one of the most important and famous wineries of Italy: Tenuta San Leonardo. It opens its gates to let you discover its hidden world and its important history.

Founded in 1724 where once there stood a monastery for Crouched Friars, Tenuta San Leonardo has since remained in the same family. Cast into the shadow of the first world war, the estate was converted into the headquarters of the 29th Corps of the Italian army. As the war waned, the Italian and the Austrians negotiated the terms of the armistice that would eventually bring an end to the war for Italy at San Leonardo in October 1918. As Italy emerged from war and experienced an economic resurgence, Tenuta San Leonardo also looked to reinvent itself as control of the estate was passed to Marchese Carlo Gonzaga in the late 1960s. In his new role, he would oversee the planting of international varieties with Guyot and spurred cordon trellising alongside the native varieties that were being cultivated using the traditional pergola trellising. These would be the first steps in San Leonardo’s transformation into a benchmark winery. 

Your host will welcome you and you will enjoy a walk along the alley lined with lime trees, with a visit to the guyot and pergolas vineyards and to the gardens of Villa Gresti.

Then you will tour the vinification cellar and the underground ageing cellar, the ancient monastic vegetable garden with its essences and the collection of early 20th century classic tractors.

You will visit also the Museum of Rural Life together with the Estate’s historical archive, as well as the ancient chapel which hosts a fresco from around the year 1200.

The visit will end with a tasting session of Vette, Terre di San Leonardo, Villa Gresti and the renowned San Leonardo.

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Trento: 3-Hour Traditional Show Cooking Class

Trento: 3-Hour Traditional Show Cooking Class - Trento, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Trento, Italy

From USD
$55.84

Live an authentic experience in Trento. Enjoy show cooking with a famous chef ... More info ›

Live an authentic experience in Trento. Enjoy show cooking with a famous chef. Learn the secret recipes of local specialities, and taste them with fine Trentin wine.

Trentino Alto Adige is situated in the north of Italy bordering Austria and Switzerland, and is best known for the beauty of its peaks. The province of Trento lies to the south of the province of Bolzano, coinciding with the geographic historical area known as Trentino. Trento is famous for the beauty of its landscape and the quality of its snow, making it a favorite destination for ski enthusiasts. This area’s important heritage is visible in the architecture of its tiny villages, its castles and many traditions, such as the typical Trento Christmas Market.

Begin your show cooking class meeting Andrea, a famous chef who will guide you in this journey through the flavors. Discover the secrets of the local culinary traditions and learn the secrets behind different italian first courses.

Follow the chef during the preparation of: bread dumplings cassoulet with Trentingrana cheese flakes; dumplings with cottage cheese on stewed mushrooms; gnocchi of semolina with leeks and bacon; bread dumplings with cabbage, pine nuts and raisins and dumplings eggplant with tomato sauce. After cooking, savor this special meal with your friends and family, tasting local good wine.

Take with you a cookbook of typical recipes as a souvenir of this unforgettable experience.

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Trento: Hands-on Italian recipes with a local chef

Trento: Hands-on Italian recipes with a local chef - Trento, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Trento, Italy

From USD
$102.74

Live an authentic culinary experience in Trento. Learn to cook traditional Italian recipes in a vibrant district in Trento ... More info ›

Live an authentic culinary experience in Trento. Learn to cook traditional Italian recipes in a vibrant district in Trento. Learn about authentic cuisine as you prepare your own lunch or dinner. Cook a refined menu of Italian specialties.

The capital of Trentino is amazing. Admire the atmospheric, intimate Piazza del Duomo and Renaissance fountains. Here you can see and dozen historical eras intermingle seamlessly among 

stone castles and the city's signature medieval frescoes. While there's no doubt you're in Italy, Trento does have its share of 

Austrian influence. 

Discover this unique city surrounding by

 beautiful mountains and get hands-on cooking experience with a local chef. Meet your friendly teacher and cook, and begin a sensorial experience through 

real Italian tastes.

Learn to cook a refined menu of local specialities, while learn the chef's secrets. Discover Italian culinary tradition and culture. You will prepare a 3-courses menu (appetizer, main course, dessert) based on seasonal and fresh products. The menu will be a chef's surprise but you will love it.

When the work is completed, enjoy the meal togheter with your chef in a convivial atmosphere.

Don't miss this unique experience in Trento!

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From Trento: Private Day Tour by Car: the Great Dolomites Road

From Trento: Private Day Tour by Car: the Great Dolomites Road  - Trento, Italy
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Trento, Italy

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$256.86

The Dolomites are some of the most beautiful mountains in the world. The Dolomites, a masterpiece of nature, were included in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2009 ... More info ›

The Dolomites are some of the most beautiful mountains in the world. The Dolomites, a masterpiece of nature, were included in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2009. With this tour you will be taken in the heart of these beautiful mountains and then visit the famous Gardena Valley with its most important center, Ortisei.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Lago di Carezza, Val d'Ega, Nova Levante Italy

Carezza Lake, the most beautiful lake of the Dolomites:

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Funivia Pass Pordoi, Canazei Italy

From the Fassa Valley begins a long series of 27 hairpins bends (switchbacks) that will lead us to the famous Pordoi Pass at an altitude of 2.239 meters above sea level. One hour of staying if you decide to arrive with the cable car to Sass Pordoi (altitude of 2950 meters: the cable car is open from late May until mid-October and from Christmas to Easter):

Cable car Sass Pordoi

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Passo Sella, Selva di Val Gardena Italy

From the Pordoi Pass we return back a few kilometers to reach the Sella Pass: here the landscape is really impressive with the Sella vertical walls that stand right in front of us .... From the Sella Pass

we can admire the Marmolada glacier (3,343 m) and the majestic Sassolungo (3,181 m), the most famous mountain in Gardena Valley: 10 minutes stop for photos


Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Selva di Val Gardena Italy

Coming down from the Sella Pass we will enter in the Gardena Valley, the best known tourist valley of the Dolomites and we will stay in its largest town, the beautiful Ortisei


Duration: 45 minutes

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From Trento: Private Day Tour by car: The Heart of the Eastern Dolomites

From Trento: Private Day Tour by car: The Heart of the Eastern Dolomites - Trento, Italy

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Trento, Italy

From USD
$290.36

Daily tour of a total of 360 km through the breathtaking Dolomites, one of the most beautiful and unique alpine regions in the world, a masterpiece of the nature included in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2009. From Trento to Cortina d'Ampezzo on the spectacular “Great Dolomites Road” ... More info ›

Daily tour of a total of 360 km through the breathtaking Dolomites, one of the most beautiful and unique alpine regions in the world, a masterpiece of the nature included in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2009. From Trento to Cortina d'Ampezzo on the spectacular “Great Dolomites Road”. Next we take you to admire the symbol of the Dolomites, the Three Peaks of Lavaredo. Short stop also in Cortina d’Ampezzo, site of the Winter Olympic Games in 1956 and great ending with the most famous lake in the Dolomites, the Braies Lake.

Itinerary:
• Departure from Trento (At your Hotel if you prefer);
• We will cross the Fiemme Valley and we will reach the Fassa Valley : we will pass through the towns of Vigo di Fassa and Canazei to arrive under the imposing peaks of the Sella Group.
• From here begins a long series of 27 hairpins bends (switchbacks) that will lead us to the famous Pordoi Pass at an altitude of 2.239 meters above sea level. One hour of staying if you decide to arrive with the cable car to Sass Pordoi (altitude of 2950 meters: the cable car is open from late May until mid-October and from Christmas to Easter. The price of the cable car ticket is not included in the price of the excursion.
• Going down the other side of Pordoi Pass we will enter the region Veneto and we will reach the town of Arabba, a very important ski center in winter;
• Next stop at Falzarego Pass - 2.105 meters above sea level. 
• Now we go down and we reach Cortina d'Ampezzo, The Pearl of the Dolomites. Then we will go forward in the direction of the Tre Croci Pass to reach the Misurina Lake, near The Three Peaks of Lavaredo (Tre Cime di Lavaredo) These are the best known mountains in the Alps as well as the most photographed and the most represented on postcards and calendars.
• The most anticipated time in the end: the incredible Braies Lake that attracts more than 7000 visitors a day.
• In about 2,5 hours, we'll be back in Trento.

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Tour del Vino in piccolo gruppo, dal Trentodoc al Teroldego

Tour del Vino in piccolo gruppo, dal Trentodoc al Teroldego - Trento, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Trento, Italy

From USD
$121.73

Visiterai tre cantine, degustando il meglio della produzione vitivinicola trentina, abbinato ai piatti della tradizione locale, gustando appieno una giornata di degustazioni e di assaggi senza il pensiero di dover guidare.

A bordo del nostro pulmino, iniziamo il winery tour con la visita della Cantina Moser, che sulle colline sopra Gardolo, sobborgo di Trento, produce un Trentodoc il cui nome lega la tradizione vitivinicola trentina a quella sportiva, il 51.151, che deve il suo nome al record del modo, stabilito da Francesco Moser, titolare dell’azienda. Si scende a Lavis, dove la Cantina LaVis, fondata nel 1948, continua a vinificare in nome dei suoi valori fondanti: la cooperazione, la sua storia, il suo legame con il territorio ... More info ›

Visiterai tre cantine, degustando il meglio della produzione vitivinicola trentina, abbinato ai piatti della tradizione locale, gustando appieno una giornata di degustazioni e di assaggi senza il pensiero di dover guidare.

A bordo del nostro pulmino, iniziamo il winery tour con la visita della Cantina Moser, che sulle colline sopra Gardolo, sobborgo di Trento, produce un Trentodoc il cui nome lega la tradizione vitivinicola trentina a quella sportiva, il 51.151, che deve il suo nome al record del modo, stabilito da Francesco Moser, titolare dell’azienda. Si scende a Lavis, dove la Cantina LaVis, fondata nel 1948, continua a vinificare in nome dei suoi valori fondanti: la cooperazione, la sua storia, il suo legame con il territorio. All’inizio della Val di Cembra terra di Mueller Thurgau, lo chef di Maso Franch ci preparerà un piatto della tradizione trentina, abbinandolo con il vino più adatto. Andiamo verso Nord, lungo la strada che da Lavis porta a Faedo, passando per Pressano. E’ un susseguirsi di vigneti e di cantine. Si arriva infine nella Piana Rotaliana, uno dei più bei giardini vitati di Europa, dove le pergole di Teroldego disegnano geometricamente gli spazi coltivati. A Mezzocorona, la famiglia Dorigati opera da cinque generazioni come viticoltori e vinificatori, tramandandosi la passione per la viticoltura e l'enologia, nel rispetto della terra e nell'amore per il territorio. Mentre Giulio de Vescovi, al termine del suo corso di studi in Viticoltura ed Enologia ha deciso di dar corpo al suo sogno: creare un grande vino, vinificando le uve teroldego che la sua famiglia coltiva nel Campo Rotaliano da più di 300 anni 

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