Azienda Vinicola Barone di Villagrande, Milo

(85+ reviews on the web)
Winery / Vineyard
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  • We had a fantastic lunch paired with the wines produced at the winery. Each pairing enhanced the wine grown on the slopes of Mt. Etna. We were also treated to local musicians performing traditional re...  more »
  • My partner and I visited the vineyard for the tour and wine tasting and lunch (€38 each), after booking the evening before. We had a personal tour, even though we disdn't ask for it, by Alfonso who sp...  more »
  • We where are group of 7 people....we did the winery tour and the wine tasting with lunch....all the staff was very well informed about the winery and the wine that we have tasted....the lunch paired w...  more »
  • Excellent property and wines. Offers full programme of wine tastings and excursions in the Etna area.
  • Lovely winery with some great history and in a great location near Mount Etna.
  • Great relaxed atmosphere. Great Cook, every day different menu. Close to mount Etna and the Alcanterra gap
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  • Beautiful Winery, breathtaking views and great food. Also interesting and of course the wine they produce.
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  • All delicious, in a fabulous natural environment and an amazing view. The staff is very courteous and visit the farm was a really nice experience. Wine tasting with food left us satisfied: good dishes to eat and beautiful to look at and a variety of wines with refined taste. Highly recommended to anyone looking for a gastronomic stopover on the slopes of Mount Etna.
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