Est Veronese

Est Veronese: where the mountains and the plains meet

The Eastern section of Verona's Province, with its history, traditions and wines, is full of surprises for the visitor. Old town perched on rocky out-crops and dominated by castles, rural "corti" surrounded by olive groves and stately country houses greet the eye. This area also offers trips through prehistoric and geopaleonthological sites of unique interest- the famous "pesciara" for instance where fish fossils were unearthed.

 

Badia Calavena

Badia Calavena

Thanks to its mild climate, it is a heaven for nature lovers and for all those who appreciate fine cuisine, folklore, sacred art and local traditions.

Caldiero

Caldiero

This small town situated in the Eastern section of the Province is named after the "Calidaria" (Latin for "hot -springs") situated in this area and known since Roman times.

Monteforte d'Alpone

Monteforte d'Alpone

An interesting village in the Est Veronese area.

Soave

Soave

The medieval town of Soave is totally surrounded by walls which slope down from the castle, and it is surrounded by vine-yards which produce the famous Soave wines.

Roncà

Roncà

This area has been settled since prehistoric times. Roncà was also a prominent settlement in Roman times, in the reign of Alberto Della scala and right through to the reign of the Serene Republic.

Our land

Wine, food & dreams

Winecellar Giovanni Ederle

From grape varieties jealously preserved.

Imposing villas tucked away into hills.