Umbria
Destination
3 hours
Duration
Ita-Eng
Language
1+
People

Light dinner in our 18th century cellar

We will welcome you to our eighteenth-century wine cellar: you will learn the strong bond of our family with Umbrian tradition and territory.

We will show you the oldest part of the cellar, where the wine rests in French oak barrels.

In this suggestive atmosphere, you will learn the winemaking techniques that we use in the winery and long ageing process of our wine.

We will taste together four wines, paired with “tigelle” (thin, round breads) and cheese pies, Italian cold cuts, “bruschetta” (slices of toasted bread) and homemade “porchetta” (a savoury and moist boneless pork roast).


The Expert Michele: our winery dates back to 1742 and, after a conservative and innovative renovation at the same time, today it is an example of modernity and history, elegance and practicality where producing high-quality wines seems almost a moral obligation. In the most historical part of the cellar, the wine, silent and undisturbed, rests in French oak barrels during the long ageing process.

Where Umbertide, Perugia – 60 min from Arezzo, 80 min from Siena and Urbino
When Everyday – duration 3 hours
Start time Flexible start time by agreement with the Expert
What’s included
Wine cellar tour
Light dinner
What’s not included
Transport

Cancellation policy: all bookings can be cancelled within 3 days from the start date of the experience. Read the Terms and Conditions.

What to remember: the Expert will respond within 24 hours. No amount will be charged to the card.

Our winery dates back to 1742 and, after a conservative and innovative renovation at the same time, today it is an example of modernity and history, elegance and practicality where producing high-quality wines seems almost a moral obligation.

Our family, originally from Umbertide in the Upper Tiber Valley for generations, in order to enhance the value of a territory with great potential, bought in the late 1990s what, in the memory of the inhabitants of this place, has always been part of the residence of Count Bertanzi.

With dedication, over the years we have maintained and partly re-planted vines, with the desire to keep the varieties handed down from generation to generation. In the most historical part of the cellar, the wine, silent and undisturbed, rests in French oak barrels during the long ageing process.

Our vineyards appear geometric, harmonious and similar to a garden, where the precision of daily care is visible.

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