Val di Cembra and Altopiano di Piné
From Valsugana it is easy to reach the Piné Plateau. The area offers typical mountain produce: cheese from the mountain pastures, wild berries, tasty sausages and delicious desserts. A visit to the villages of Baselga di Piné and Bedollo, with their beautiful lakes, will allow you to discover the true flavours of the valley.
The itinerary continues to Sover and from there we reach the famous Pyramids of Segonzano and then the Cembra Valley, a splendid example of alpine viticulture. The bold terraces built by hand to better utilise the steep land give character to Val di Cembra and Piné, the landscape where Müller Thurgau, one of the most iconic wines from Trentino thrives. This valley is famous for the production of sausages, from the more traditional ones (Lucanica Trentina) to the less known such as the carne salmistrada o fumada (cured or smoked meat) from the Val di Cembra. For the smoking process, wood from the vines mixed with branches of juniper are sometimes used. Returning towards the Adige valley, following the course of the Avisio River, we reach the towns of Faedo or the enchanting Avisiane hills as well as the Piana Rotaliana.