Val di Cembra is a valley of Trentino region in Italy, well-known for its excellent wines. Most notably the crisp and fragrant Müller Thurgau, a white wine from a grape usually grown in Germany, and Hungary but which thrives in the Northern Italian region.
In fact around this valley the land is a patchwork of many miles of vineyards, both deep in the valley itself and on the mountainsides, making it the ideal place to experience a wine tour. There are many wine tastings tours and experiences to discover here for both novices and wine enthusiasts.
To go with your wine, Cembra Valley is also known for producing delicious cheeses, honey, forest fruits and sausages. You can shop like a local at a small store and prepare a rustic meal at your apartment, or enjoy dining at one of the area's many restaurants. Cookery classes are also popular here, with many hotels and restaurants offering reasonable packages, so you can go home with some new-found culinary skills.
The mountainous environment is great for those seeking adventure, try a challenging hike or a relaxed walk by one of the area's three lakes, Serraia, Piazze and Buse. There are plenty of family-friendly excursions to enjoy and it's popular to hire bicycles to navigate around the lakes and hills.