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Pagus Wine Tours

Via Roma 33, 37121, Verona, Italy
+39 340 083 0720
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a great day in the country

We went on the amarone wine tour with our very knowledgeable guide Lara Damoli who's family has... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Auckland, New Zealand
via mobile
Great wine tasting with guide Lara

Great tour to understand the particularity of Valpolicella wine. We visited the Coffele winery in... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Manuel S
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Via Roma 33, 37121, Verona, Italy
+39 340 083 0720

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We went on the amarone wine tour with our very knowledgeable guide Lara Damoli who's family has been in the wine growing business since 1623. A great afternoon in the wine district where they make the famous valpolicella and amarone wines, We first stopped at...More

Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Great tour to understand the particularity of Valpolicella wine. We visited the Coffele winery in the lovely medieval town of Soave then headed to the family operated winery of Tenute Falezza where we tasted really good wine. I can say our guide Lara has a...More

Thank Manuel S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The spirit of a glass organic Amarone is inextricably linked to the history and vitality of the place and it not only exhibit the terroir but also reflects the philosophy of blending techniques. My wife and I were fortunate enough to found Valpolicella & Amarone...More

Thank Cheng G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Alessandro was a wonderful guide! He was an excellent driver, very knowledgeable of the area, and helped us communicate with the owners of the wineries when language was a little challenging. The owners of the wineries provided great knowledge and love of their craft. Of...More

Thank Sabrina675
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lovely afternoon to 2 wineries. Our endearing tour guide was knowledgeable about the region and the wines. The vineyard owners spoke to us and answered questions. So fascinating to see family heritage that has continued to today. Now I know more about Sauvo wines.

Thank BevHarrah
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We joined a small group of 8 people in a minibus for the Taste of Valipolicella tour with our excellent guide Alessandro. He drove us into the beautiful hills outside Verona where we stopped first to look at the terrain and the vineyards and then...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Spent the day touring through Soave and Valpolicella with Sophia, who was both a charming hostess and very knowledgeable about the region. Was good to learn more about the wine making process of these special wines, while getting to see some of the countryside. Lunch...More

Thank PatBar2
Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

We enjoy getting to know local wine regions better on our travels and Alessandro from Pagus certainly helped us explore and understand both the Soave and Valipocella/Amarone areas, just a short drive from central Verona. Although the mini bus carries up to 10, we were...More

Thank Maddison65
Davide C, Direttore at Pagus Wine Tours, responded to this review

Thanks Maddison! Hope your wines are coming soon to UK! Has been a great pleasure to be your guide for that day and hope to see you in the future for other routes, maybe this time in Valpolicella for another view of the area! Thanks...More

Reviewed 8 April 2017

We took 3 sightseeing/wine tours with Pagus based on the TA reviews, and we are really pleased we made that decision. In the first 2 tours we had Sofie as our tour guide/wine connoisseur. Not only Sofie has a great knowledge of wine and production...More

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Davide C, Direttore at Pagus Wine Tours, responded to this review

Dear firends! Thanks so much!!! You had the opportunity to know all of us on your full choice with Pagus! This was really appreciated from all out team and me, Sofia and Davide had great time with you!! So really thank you and take back...More

Reviewed 7 April 2017

My wife and I were in Lake Garda to celebrate her birthday and we wanted a private wine tour of the region to help us understand more about Italian wines. I contacted this Company before we left the UK and their tour manager (Alessandro) was...More

1  Thank John L
Davide C, Direttore at Pagus Wine Tours, responded to this review

Dear John!!! So happy you put yuor sign on Review 300!! A great goal for us! Thank you for your beautiful words, they help a lot! And thanks for writing about Sofia, our guides are always at top and they make a big difference in...More

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Hi, can we bring our 4-year old daughter with us to the half day tour? does she need to pay? looking forward for the reply, we plan for the trip on the 13th of april. Thank you
10 April 2017|
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Celine L
Which was your favourite tour? (I'm deciding between Cheese, Salami & Amarone tour or the Soave & Amarone tour)
1 September 2016|
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Response from David D | Reviewed this property |
Amarone, Salami & Wine tour was awesome! I am ordering wine from Tenute Salvaterra to give a s Christmas gifts.
We plan our being in Verona on October 4th, is that a good time to take the Amatone wine tour?
15 August 2016|
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Response from Davide C | Property representative |
Hi Issybella! In the beginning of October we will be right in the middle of the harvest, so that's the best period to enjoy the Valpolicella landscape, ripened grapes, people working in the fields... But not all the wineries... More
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