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Zeni Winery and Wine Museum, Bardolino

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.1/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
On the slopes of the morainic hills along the eastern shore of Lake Garda lies Zeni Winery and Wine Museum, a vineyard, shop, and wine museum founded in 1870. The estate continues a long tradition of wine-making in the Bardolino region, and dedicates itself to a wide variety of local wines. A visit to the winery, its spacious cellar, and its modern facilities are all essential for wine-lovers. Learn about the production of this prestigious wine, admire the cellar's frescoes and decorations (with a Bacchanalian theme), and taste a range of wines at the Vinoteca. To learn more about ancient wine-making culture and techniques, from growing the vines to corking the bottles, visit the adjacent wine museum. Put Zeni Winery and Wine Museum and other Bardolino attractions into our Bardolino itinerary planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • If you've never been to the winery, the museum itself and the view through the glass on the conveyor-like. However, tasting of wine very average quality. A popular brand of ZENI, found in many large suprermarketah and naive buyers, seeing the lowest price in the museums shop, âšikami wine of impressive gain. If you came to this region, the advance learn about places where you can and should try and buy these wines-Valpolicello and Amarone. In 5-8 km to the East from Lake (direction to San Pietro di Cariano), there are small towns, where even on signage on the roads, you will find wineries with tasting of the winery owners. Here's where you can enjoy authentic products, and not only the wine, this beautiful region of Italy.
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  • I was recently in this excellent wine cellar with a friend of mine wine lover. Very interesting and well looked after the Museum inside. Staff friendly and helpful offering tastings. We purchased a few bottles of wine that later proved to be up to the challenge. A cellar icon of the territory.
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  • The wines tasted were good to very good. We are ordering some wine trade. The Museum is worth a visit.
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