Barone Pizzini wine tours and the “faces of Franciacorta”

Barone Pizzini Wine Tours

To reserve, please email Mariarosa Mangiavini by clicking here. Or call 011 39 [0]30 9848372.

A unique sensorial experience for all the senses.

3 itineraries to explore Franciacorta, its history and terroir.

Itinerary 1: Franciacorta

A guided tour that allows visitors to experience the first winery in Franciacorta that embraced organic farming as the key to high-quality wines.

Tour includes:
-an introduction to organic farming
-visit to the winemaking and aging facilities
-Franciacorta tasting (including two blends, three vintage-dated wines, or five Franciacortas)

Itinerary 2: History

Barone Pizzini invites you to experience “eco-Sunday,” a program presented in collaboration with the Monastery of San Pietro in Lamosa.

Every fourth Sunday of the month, we host a guided visit that starts at the historic monastery (built in 1083) and ends at the Barone Pizzini winery.

10:00 a.m. monastery guided visit
10:30 a.m. visit to the organic farmers market in the monastery cloisters
11:15 a.m. guided winery visit and tasting of three vintage-dated wines

Itinerary 3: Terroir

Barone Pizzini is a supporter of the Slow Food chapter for the “traditional dried sardines of Lake Iseo” and it hosts regular tastings to highlight sustainability efforts in the appellation.

Event guests take a guided tour of the winery that ends with a tasting of our Bagnadore Riserva paired with traditional dried sardines from Lake Iseo.

*Itinerary 3 “Pleasures of Sustainability” must be reserved at least 15 days in advance. The tasting is subject to availability.


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