Hospitality in the winery
Wellness huts in special locations surrounded by vineyards
One of the best ways to learn more about a land and the history of people who live in it is to savour its fruits. As the ideal location for an overnight and to taste local products, the wineries of Trentino, small family-run facilities and stone and wood farmhouses, allow you to satisfy your curiosity and your palate.
There are really many wineries you can visit in Trentino. We have prepared a selection among those that also offer the possibility of overnight stays, perhaps right next to the must that is ready to gurgle to start fermentation.
Take the time to hear directly from winemakers about how wine is born through meticulous and indefatigable work and what was their best vintage, and learn to recognise different cultivation or bottling methods by experiencing the roughness to the touch of the wood of barrels and barriques.
Get to know Trentino through its wines and make your own personal ranking!
Farmhouse Cobei - Sorni di Lavis
On the slopes of Monte Corona, a stone’s throw from Trento, the Eredi di Cobelli Aldo Farm offers hospitality in its bed & break wine, the family farmhouse. Walk into the Caneva Fonda, the room of memories, and rediscover the pleasure of slow-pace life and conviviality by tasting Nosiola, Gewürztraminer, Teroldego or Chardonnay labels.
Maso Besleri - Val Bona
A stay in nature surrounded by the vineyards of the Pojer and Sandri Farm between the Adige Valley and the Cembra Valley. Here, you can find wines are made in accordance with classic and ancestral methods alongside spirits and vinegars with unmistakable proprietary labels, for a journey through taste and private and public memories. Enjoy some Merlino, the meditation wine made with Lagrein grapes.
Agritur Vallarom – Rovereto
Nestled in the vineyards and surrounded by woods, the ancient organic farm of the Scienza family offers tastings and visits to the cellars, as well as seasonal fruit and vegetables, and honey. All the wines, whites like Moscato Giallo, reds like the famous Fuflus, rosés like Syrah or sparkling wines, are produced with pesticide-free growing methods.
Mas dei Chini - Trento
Vineyards like terraces overlooking the city of Trento, a Jacuzzi tub in a panoramic garden and a gourmet restaurant. And then there is the historic cellar of Trentodoc sparkling wines and still niche wines, reds, whites and rosés. In addition to tastings, the Farmhouse organises events all year round to share knowledge about the journey of grapes and its winemaking methods.
Agriturism Salizzoni - Calliano
In the historic center of Calliano, in a precious eighteenth-century building, the Farmhouse’s cellar has been producing wines since 1986, which, alongside the native-grown Marzemino della Vallagrina, features 10 additional labels including reds, whites and sparkling wines. Together with excellent tastings combined with platters of local products, the Farmhouse is an excellent base to discover local castles and museums.
Maso Mirì - Trento
Adjacent to the city, it is a place of relaxation, where you can discover the Adige area by cycling on the trail connecting Trento to Rovereto. Fitted with all the comforts for a wellness break, it boasts a niche production of Trentodoc 100% Chardonnay with a soft perlage suitable for any time of the day and any meal.
Madonna delle Vittorie - Garda
Madonna delle Vittorie lies a few kilometres from Lake Garda, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. The complex features a large independent room and a spacious apartment where you can stay. Do not miss the restaurant experience, with dishes that combine flair and tradition. In addition to the oil and wine, you can also savour the prestigious grappa from the Marzadro distillery.
Maso Grener – Colline Avisiane
On the Pressano hills, along the Wine road of the Avisio Hills, Valle di Cembra and Faedo (Strada del Vino delle Colline Avisiane, Valle di Cembra e Faedo), Maso Grener welcomes its guests to the family home. Here, you can taste wines made with Chardonnay, Nosiola, Sauvignon and Pinot Noir grapes, paired with typical Trentino charcuterie boards.