Visit the cellar and follow the process from the vineyard to the glass of wines that are designed, conceived and produced according to the principles of organic and sustainable viticulture.
The tours begin with the story of the origins of Franciacorta, the area historically dedicated to the production of wine where our precious wines were born. This area gives rise to a unique production because it is characterized by different microclimates, it’s influenced by the ancient glacier and by the presence of the lake.
Surrounded by the green of our vineyards, it will be easier to recognize the natural elements we use and you will see the rules of organic viticulture applied. We’ll walk together through the vineyards, where you will be explained the various stages of cultivation and where you can personally ascertain the well-being of the plants, surrounded by a rich ecosystem.
Explore our cellar, built with green building criteria and discover the winemaking processes, the barriques and the bottles aging on the lees. The guide will show you our production method in details and all of your questions will be answered.
Discover the aromas and the flavors of our wines. After the tasting, it is possible to buy our products at our wine shop.
The wines tasted during the tasting, like the others on the list, can be purchased at the winery according to the availability of our warehouse. It is possible to pay with all major credit cards or debit cards. It is possible to pay with all major credit cards or debit cards.
It is possible to give the visit to the cellar of Barone Pizzini as a gift by selecting the “gift” button. The recipients of your gift will receive a voucher, that they can use to book the experience in the “Book a visit” section of the site.
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It is very spacious and also accessible to busses and campers.
Italian and English. For other languages, write us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your pet friend is always welcome.
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Please respect the time indicated on your reservation by arriving at reception 15 minutes before the visit, and contact us promptly if you are late. Based on the time of your actual arrival, we will do our best to let you participate in the visit and tasting, but we may not be able to guarantee the complete experience.
From Monday to Saturday, from 9.00 to 12.30 and from 14.30 to 18.00. Sunday from 9.00 to 12.30.
Sunday from 9.00 to 12.30.
Some areas of the cellar have temperatures around 12°C and high humidity, therefore we recommend appropriate clothing.
The visit also includes a tour of the vineyard and, therefore, we suggest comfortable and suitable footwear.
We are happy to welcome your children. Remember, however, that the cellar is a place of work and production: we ask you, therefore, to hold your kids hand throughout the course of the visit. Children must always be accompanied and supervised by an adult, in every space, and they cannot be left alone anywhere in the cellar.
The cellar is wheelchair accessible.
Minors cannot taste our wines and for them the visit is free.
Founded on a rocky rise that dominates the peat bogs, and also linked in the name (Lamosa) to the marshy nature of the places, San Pietro is the oldest and last standing of the Cluniac foundations of the Sebino.
The Torbiere del Sebino Nature Reserve, declared a “wetland of international importance”, is considered a priority area for biodiversity in the Padana Plain. This is due to the variety of habitats and species, aquatic-marsh, present in the area, some of which are rare or at risk of extinction in Lombardy and in Italy.
The sanctuary was presumably built in the ‘500, according to the legend, after the apparition of the Madonna to a soldier tired of fighting. Located at the peak of the southern rocky part of Monte Cognolo, it can be reached by foot, with a nice walk in the hills, both from Iseo and Provaglio.
A mountain located in the middle of the lake, defined as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Accessible by ferry from Sulzano, Peschiera, Sale Marasino and Carzano, the island can only be visited on foot, by bicycle or by small buses that make regular service.
It’s the city that gives to the lake its name and tells its story. The centre, of medieval origin, showa the palaces that still retain thei origins, such as the Arsenal. The town hall is located in Piazza Garibaldi, where there is the first monument of Italy to the leader and Italian patriot.
Every era in Brescia offers a different square and the city grows around them. From the Roman period, shown in an excellent way from Piazza Fora, from the remains of the Capitoline temple and the Roman Theatre, to the medieval periodwith Piazza Duomo and Piazzale Broletto, passing throught the Brescia Risorgimento with Piazzetta Tito Speri. The two main squares are Piazza Loggia, testimony of the Venetian domination, and Piazza Vittoria, built in the 1930s.
The Parish Church of Santa Maria Maggiore in Erbusco is one of the most beautiful in Franciacorta and is located inside the small, but well-maintained castle of Erbusco.
Pisogne is the meeting point between the lake and the mountain. Important places are the church of Santa Maria della Neve frescoed by Girolamo Romanino and the historic village of Pisogne, characterized by the high Bishop’s Tower.