Hills carved by the work of Man over the centuries to transform what is commonly referred to as vine-growing into a set of ancient traditions that continue to prosper where the sun warms the gentle slopes between Conegliano, the town of wine institutions, and Valdobbiadene, the production nerve centre. Here Prosecco has reigned supreme for more than two centuries on chains of hills stretching from the lowlands as far as the foothills of the Alps. Vines grow at a height of between 50 and 500 metres above sea level, a chosen place where this historic variety, rustic and vigorous, appears with hazelnut colour shoots and fairly large and long bunches, with grapes of a deep golden yellow immersed in the brilliant green of the large leaves. This land can however offer much more. In the eyes of onlookers everything appears full of charm, interest and attractions in terms of history and art, surprises and often unexpected opportunities, preserved in the valleys or among the many villages scattered here and there, where the fun lies in getting lost while seeking out the ancient traces of human presence and the strong local culture.