Let’s go back to talking about excellent wine, in this case, Bardolino and Valpolicella, with an Italy4golf extra activity of great interest for lovers of the alcoholic drink par excellence and good food.
Elegance and style are at home at Villa Clementina, a historic villa of the 19th century immersed in the vineyards of Tenuta Contarini, in the heart of the Prosecco Hills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A place cloaked in charm and full of surprises.
An unforgettable all-inclusive weekend of golf in Veneto rich in premium activities. Play on two different and challenging top-level golf clubs while discovering the great history of Prosecco DOCG directly through its born place!
Prosecco is today an internationally famous brand. A wine rightly appreciated all over the world for the surprising versatility that makes it easy to match with a multitude of dishes as a great choice for every occasion. Its aromatic and delicate taste also makes it a widely accessible wine, while remaining a wine that is anything but obvious.
The intense green color, the unmistakable scent, the link with the territory: extra virgin olive oil finds in Italy its best expression.
Enjoy the perfect long weekend golf break in Italy! Play one of the more versatile and engaging Italian golf clubs and take the chance for a truly relaxing stay at its magnificent and awarded Resort. Furthermore, the magic of Lake Garda, with its historical gems, the dreamlike panoramas and the legendary food and wine tradition.
Umbria, a tiny Italian region that hides a lot of history and traditions, especially in food.
Enjoy a superb week-long golf break with staying at a luxurious private villa and many unforgettable refined activities.
LOST BALLS IN ITALY – BY ROBERTO VAN HEUGTEN
I know Tuscany. I lived there a long time ago and I traveled there many times for work and leisure, covering high and low the roads of Chianti, Val d’Orcia, Versilia and Apuan Alps, to mention only some of the wonders you can find in this region.
This popular proverb has a long tradition: «in the small barrel there is good wine».
And if, before arriving in the barrel, the grapes are already ‘little’?