As a testimony to the historical importance that this territory has always had, there are many sites of architectural interest. The landscape is in fact adorned by many Venetian villas of great value, but also by capitals, churches, districts and rural courts.
From an economic point of view, this territory has offered and still offers its inhabitants many opportunities that have allowed growth and development.
First of all, the agricultural sector, which, using fertile land, has since the ancient times been the engine of the local economy with the cultivation of vines, olive trees and fruit trees such as cherry and peaches.
Over the last few decades, the wine sector has been expanding and has become the driving force behind the local economy. Valpolicella is now known and appreciated all over the world for its local excellence products, including Amarone red wines from Valpolicella, Recioto, Ripasso, Valpolicella Classica and Superiore.
Another important economy for Valpolicella is the quarrying out of its hills and the promontories of Lessinia. Local marbles such as Red of Verona, Rosé Nembro, Gialletto di Sant’Ambrogio, the Breccia Pernice are exported all over the world, as are the Lessinia Stone (or Prun Stone) and the Tufo.