Most visitors often overlook the small islands surrounding the heart of Venice. But a trip to the islands of Mazzorbo and Burano are well worth the trip.
The tranquil and sparsely populated island of Mazzorbo, about a 30-minute water taxi ride from the city center, is home to the Venetian lagoon’s only vineyard, Venissa. The small property was bought by the Bisol winemaking family in 2002, and since has been made into a vineyard, a restaurant, and a six-room hotel.
Gianluca Bisol decided to plant the vineyard to restore a nearly extinct white grape known as the “Dorona,” or read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com