The Conegliano-Valdobbiadene region of Italy (probably the region we visited that is most difficult to pronounce!!) is the home of Prosecco, the well known Italian sparkling wine. The region is quite pretty with unique looking vine covered hills that are world heritage listed by UNESCO. The hills are small and very steep, but even with the steepness it appeared as if every square metre was planted with vines, and as a result pretty much all of the viticulture work is completed by hand.
As a region, it is quite proactive in promoting tourism and has set up the wine road to help tourists find their way around this beautiful area. Just look for the symbol on the producers gates and on signs along the road. This website is also quite useful: http://www.coneglianovaldobbiadene.it/index.asp?lang=uk
We had lunch in Conegliano which was a pretty town and worth a visit.