white, red, sparkling...

Osteria Al Museo Burano is the result of a dream, of hard work and passion. Passion for food and wine that we believe has the power to forge lasting bonds, creating the basis for a well-lived life.

This is why we decided to combine our high quality Venetian cuisine with wines of just as much elegance and distinction, preferring wines from Veneto, but also from Tuscany, Sicily and many international ones.

Veneto Wines

The wines of Veneto have very ancient origins, because in the region itself viticulture has always occupied a leading role in the economy.

Just think that the annual production of wines in Veneto can be estimated at around 10,000,000 hectolitres, placing Veneto among regions of Italy with the greatest wine production, but not only for quantity but also quality.

Veneto boasts 28 wines with a DOC designation (DOC) and 14 wines with controlled and guaranteed designations of origin (DOCG). The vines that give rise to this exceptional assortment of wines are mainly Corvina, Garganega, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Raboso del Piave and Veronese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio and Riesling.

Veneto is one of the most important Italian wine regions, mainly due to its geography: in fact, from a territorial point of view, it is a very diverse region, as there are mountainous, hilly, flat and coastal areas.
Added to this there is the presence of the largest Italian lake, Lake Garda, which has a very important climatic function, because it mitigates the seasons favouring the development of peculiar local microclimates.

On the eastern shore of the Garda there are morainic hills and the climate, conditioned by the benevolent influence of the lake and protected from cold winds by the orographic conformation to the north of the relief of Mount Baldo, is of Mediterranean type; the vines cultivated are Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara in the Bardolino, Trebbiano, Garganega in the Mincio valley, Lugana in the southernmost part, partly Veneto and partly Lombard.

A good portion of wines in Veneto is produced in the province of Verona (almost two million hectolitres). Some of the famous wines that come from this province are Amarone, Bardolino, Valpolicella, Bianco di Custoza, Recioto di Soave. Typical of the province of Vicenza, on the other hand, are the Berici Hills and the Breganze, while in the province of Padua the Euganean Hills area is distinguished by the production of quality wine: Merlot, Il Fior D’Arancio. In Venice, Merlot and Cabernet stand out.

Foothills partly of sedimentary origin, partly morainic, partly alluvial, characterize the vast area of the Treviso hills. The most common varieties are Pinot Bianco, Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Riesling, Merlot, Cabernet and Marzemino but, in the particular area of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, consisting of calcareous-clayey-sandy formations, the cultivation of the famous Prosecco stands out.

Veneto boasts 28 wines with a DOC designation (DOC) and 14 wines with controlled and guaranteed designations of origin (DOCG).


Cantina La Salute
Sparkling white wine

Bottled following the old tradition based on the phases of the moon, this wine becomes naturally sparkling with yeasty sediment. On the nose it has complex notes of yeast alongside varietal and fruity nuances typical of the grape. The flavour is fresh and balanced.

Valpolicella Class

Quintarelli Giuseppe
Red wine

The winery is located in Cerè di Negrar, on the Cà Paletta hill on the eastern side of the Negrar valley with the vineyards facing west. The training system used in the old vineyards is the Pergola Veronese and Guyot in the newly planted ones. The wines produced have two distinguishing features: a natural predisposition for long ageing, with wines improving for as long as twenty years and more, and a surprising liveliness that the wines express for a long time after the bottles have been uncorked.

Jakot Radikon

White wine

Jakot is a great painting of Collio, an extreme and unconventional orange wine made from Friulano grapes, produced with long maceration and with aging of 42 months in cask, without filtration. Notes of dehydrated fruit, enamel scents and sweet notes of honey and vanilla blend in a voluminous, deep and material texture, rich in flavor and freshness.

Terre di San Rocco

Terre di San Rocco
Pinot grigio

Scent: definite, intense, good complexity and elegance. Ripe fruits, principally yellow plum, then apple and peach. Floral note of broom, hawthorn, iris. A faint spiciness of cardamom and white pepper.
Flavor: softness and alcohol are well disputed by freshness and good mineral. As smelt, the yellow plum flavor returns again and the good persistence ends with almond note.

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12:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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Where we are

Piazza Galuppi 113-115
30142 Burano