The Marchesa Estate: visits, tastings and wine tourism

For those interested in wine tourism in a historical and cultural environment, The Marchesa Estate opens its doors and organizes guided tours by appointment.

 

Visits to the gardens and the cellar of The Marchesa Estate

The visit to the gardens and the cellar starts from a terrace dominating the landscape that spans the hills of Monferrato, the Alps, the hills of Oltrepò, the Maritime Alps, the expanse of 58 hectares of vineyards of the company, up to the lake which is part of the estate.

The terrace is an ideal point to tell the story of the company and the territory.
Travellers cross the fruit and aromatic garden and the Italian garden and reach the chapel of the villa and the Limonaia, then arriving at the cellar.

The winemaking process is illustrated in the cellar, which allows our wines to have great aromas and low sulphites content in compliance with the total sustainability strategy adopted by the company. The visit to the cellar is accompanied by tasting.

 

The visit lasts 30/40 minutes, costs € 25 per person and is reserved for groups of 4 to 50 people.
The visit is made only by reservation.

 

Visits to gardens, cellar and villa historic house

After making the visit described above, you enter the villa of La Marchesa, a historic eighteenth-century historic house in Piedmont in the ancient Monferrato, which preserves the original volumes intact, with vaulted reception halls, the terracotta floors, the antique furnishings.
In the dining room of the villa is made the tasting of wines of La Marchesa at the choice of guests with a small buffet brunch.

The visit lasts 60/80 minutes, costs € 70 per person and is reserved for groups of 10 to 30 people.
The visit is made only by reservation.

The Marchesa Estate is also avaliable for luxury events: price on demand.

For information and to book the visit

Vinitaly, Verona

Tenuta La Marchesa and Tenuta di Pietra Porzia take part in Vinitaly in Hall 10 Piemonte at stand M4 (in front of Winebow)

Wines & Vineyards of Gavi

Via Gavi 87 15067 - Novi Ligure (AL) - Italy

The Marchesa Estate is a member of the Association of Italian Historic Houses (ADSI) and is listed on the website of the Association: Italian Historic Houses.
Tenuta di Pietra Porzia in Frascati (Rome) is owned by the same family.

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