The family-run Cantina Martinelli in Mezzocorona is surrounded by mountains and castles and has been producing wine since 1860. Visitors are offered an old-fashioned day of discovery, learning about wine and trying a few traditional games.
A sensory experience with an added challenge awaits you - in the family’s historic wine cellar, under the shade of the pergola, in the boidor room, where alcoholic fermentation took place and now filled with historical artifacts, and the former stable, which has been turned into a tasting room.
Divided into teams and blindfolded, guests will sample the estate's wines attempting to tell a Teroldego from a Lagrein, and try a few cheeses to see if they can tell apart the goats’ milk and cows’ milk cheeses. As on festival days, there will be games, but with experts on hand to teach you how to play Cornhole and Carrom, two simple but enthralling games of ancient Asian origin.
A visit to the historic wine barrel room is, of course, included - before the celebrations honouring the winning team.
From May to September, from Monday to Friday
Cantina Martinelli - Via del Castello, 10 Mezzocorona (TN)
n° min: 4 people | n° max: 20 people
Suitable for children aged 10 years and over
Disabled people access
Italian, English, Spanish, German, French
Info and booking
Andrea or Giulio Martinelli
+39 338 8288686 / + 39 388 6273752
Booking taken up a few days before the visit.
For groups, booking taken up a week before the visit.
Groups of 4 people: €50,00 total
Includes a short visit to the winery, tastings of the estate's wines and mountain cheeses, opportunity to play Carrom and Cornhole.
- Learn new, unusual games with expert teachers.
- Sharpen your senses and try to win the tasting competitions.
- Visit a historic building amid castles and vineyards.
- Comfortable shoes are advised.
- The visit will go ahead, even if it rains.
- Come with a group of friends or family to maximise the fun.