We’re happy to receive visitors and accompany them on a voyage of discovery of our estate and our wines. We welcome both professionals and curious members of the general public who share our love of wine and wish to find out more about the history of the wines of the Bergamo region, to understand the way we work and breathe the aromas of the cellars where our wines are made and aged, and to stroll through the vineyards and surround themselves with the sensations produced by our terroir, exchanging opinions and sharing the pleasures of tasting wine together.
Between 11 am and 5 pm on Sundays, we accompany guests through our vineyards and cellar, with aperitifs, tastings and luncheons featuring traditional local dishes and our own products (wines, poultry, vegetables, fruit and jams).
We organise special entertainment for children, featuring visits to our herb garden and farmyard animals. At harvest time, we offer children an opportunity to participate in the harvest and crush the grapes with their feet. Number of participants: maximum 40
We organise events focusing on our local historical and cultural heritage, particularly the adjacent Romanesque chapel of San Pietro delle Passere and the Abbey of San Paolo d’Argon.
We also hold educational and cultural events on the premises of the estate, focusing on our local rural and traditional heritage, nutrition education, courses for wine lovers and tasters of traditional local wine and food products, and cooking courses focusing on local traditional dishes.
We also offer a comfortable meeting and seminar room for 40 to 50 people.
We can provide meals with reservations for up to 40 people at these events, showcasing our own products (wines, poultry, vegetables, fruit and jams) and other traditional local foods.
Available for primary school and secondary school classes. We also welcome kindergarten classes for some activities.
We introduce children to the various kinds of work that we do on the estate (in the vineyard, fruit orchard and vegetable and herb garden, and raising farmyard animals) to educate conscious consumers who respect the environment.
Educational activities vary according to the season; at harvest time, our youngest visitors are offered an opportunity to try their hand at picking grapes and crushing them with their feet, while they can wander around the vineyard and visit our orchard and vegetable and herb garden with sensory experiences at any time of year.
These activities involve a whole day or half day in the countryside and on the estate. Snacks and lunches may be provided.