One bedroom apartments in a restored building on a large historical wine estate which contains a magnificent 16th C villa. Set amongst the vineyards of the Valpollicella wine area in Il Veneto region of Italy and the centre of a flourishing and extensive traditional agricultural business.
Furnished in elegant country house style the apartments offer every comfort for a wonderful country style holiday tasting the amazing red wine of Vallpollicella.
Staying on the estate you can visit the vineyards, drying lofts and winery -the cellar door shop is open to the public and where the whole range of the owners’ wines can be tasted.
Guided wine tasting tours are also available on estate
There is also an exclusive selection of historic Amarone cru wines and a selected series of older and historic vintages for sale as well as typical foodstuffs as part of the range of the region’s local home grown products.
Layout of Apartments
49 sq m On the second floor sitting room with kitchen and double bed with bath.
Sleeps 2 pax
Low Season-Jan Feb Mar Nov Dec
Medium Season: July Aug
High Season: April May June Sept Oct
Min stay of 3 nights.
Price includes breakfast which is served in the breakfast room on the ground floor.
Wine Tasting and Degustazione dinners extra
Some double bedrooms can be separated into twin beds if required.
North of Verona in Valpolicella Wine Region in Il Veneto.
- Satellite TV
- Buffet breakfast Included
- Car park
- Prices include breakfast
- Local olive oil and wine
- Extra beds are available
- Country Estate
- Historical building
- Min. stay 3 nights
Located in northeastern Italy, to the east of Lake Garda , the Valpolicella scenic vineyards, start in the fertile plain and climb up to the hills, north of Verona. Grape and wine have been well soaked in the history of Valpolicella (valley of many cellars) dating from the prehistoric era, through Roman to Medieval times, beginning with “Vino Retico” nowadays known as Recioto wine; the quality of which was already known by Emperor Augustus and from which is derived today Amarone, a dry, severe, fragrant wine, universally regarded as the finest wine made in this area and ones of Italy’s most important reds.