Amarone Countryside E-Bike Tour

4-hour Valpolicella wine-region easy E-bike tour from Verona with wine tasting

Ride an electric bike into the Valpolicella countryside and hills. Wander through small streets and ancient villages up to a winery where you will learn about the wine production and taste Amarone wine as well as other local wines.

AVAILABILITY: from April to October

TIMING: from Monday to Saturday at 9:00 AM

DURATION: 4 hours


GROUP: up to 12 people

INCLUSIONS: E-Bike and helmet,professional and local tour leader, winery full visit, wine tasting

EXCLUSIONS: Hotel pickup and drop-off, Gratuities

WHERE: 10 minutes prior at our office in Via Madonna del Terraglio 5, Verona

NOTE: Minimum age is 14 years and 18 years for the wine tasting

Additional Information

Meeting Point
Via Madonna del Terraglio 5, Verona
Pre-booking information

Meet our wine expert in central Verona in the morning, get outfitted with the e-bike and helmet, and pedal out of the city into the Valpolicella countryside and hills, one of the most famous wine-producing area in Italy. Enjoy the fresh air while cycling along a creek and through the vineyard-covered slopes above Verona on a mostly flat route. Hop off your bike at the  winery and learn about Valpolicella wine making heritage by a professional sommelier or winetaker of the winery.

You will sit around the table, and sip a selection of prized local wines. One of these being the fragrant Valpoicella, a light wine, typically made using corvine, rondinella, and molinara grapes. Contrast the Valopicella’a light character with the intense flavors of the most famous Amarone wine.

Amarone is made from partially dried corvine grapes. After your tastings, hop on your e-bike, and cruise back to central Verona, for a total biking distance of 12.5 miles (20 km).


4-hour easy bike tour from Verona to Valpolicella wine area and countryside
Ride along Valpolicella lovely vineyards and creeks
Small group ensures customized experience
Friendly and expert wine guide
Taste both fruity and full-bodied red wines while speaking to an expert sommelier about Amarone winemaking


  1. Verona
  2. Valpolicella
  3. Veronality Infopoint