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Villa Mosconi Bertani, Verona
(4.7/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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  • Beautiful garden around the Villa, wonderful excursion and wine tasting. Located outside the city, so to visit requires quite a lot of time, but it's worth it.
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  • In a marvellous sunny Park, this villa owners welcome you to make you taste their wines, white and red, with a little bread, Castle atmosphere and're you visiting at the same time the beautiful parts of the villa. Known customer visit this Winery as well as tourists we are inviting for their recommended strong wine tastings.
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  • With a group of 26 French people including two children we booked a visit to villa and a tasting of three wines. The cost of the provision was to 35.30 euros per person, excluding children. At first, the rather cold and formal reception turned out to be a catastrophe and not certainly lives up to the place. At harvest time, (in September) we couldn't even see a box of grapes, only the cellars of representation, with barrels that I almost suspected be empty so the smell of wine was absent and all rather aseptic ... up to the tasting. Arrived with much sun, we expected a little refreshment in the magnificent park of villa or at least outdoors, to take advantage of the place. Instead of this there was the last room that was the kitchen at the time. After having vainly tried to negotiate some weed, (and it is a paradox in a place like this, I was offered a space on a back where they were intassati of garden tools ... A shame! We were then adapted to this small space for 26 people but I had to fight again to have the chairs because you don't "were envisaged. Beat me and insisting until a janitor got us worried and went to look for them with a cart. There were also a few Group retired persons for which sit was not just a luxury. That was not expected even a small table to eat or where to put the glasses if not on the buffet in a confusion of 72 glasses (one for each tasting) where quickly everyone has lost his. I saw scenes of people who ate with the dishes on the knees, for what little was provided as food and for money! After requesting to restock the buffet (extra charge) it was not possible to get nothing more. No juice or beverage for kids, an attention that parents have enjoyed ... In the boutique of the villa some of my participants disinclined to grudge bought wine, but no last commercial gesture came to soothe the inability of the person responsible for the reception of our group. Not even a bottle offered to the group leader, and a wine tour is a current focus. The place certainly grandiose doesn't deserve a spirit so miserable. So big but small! For me that I carry around tourists to my beautiful country, I say your welcome has waved our flag!
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  • Beautiful location and great ripasso and Amarone. Great personal tour and wine tasting.
  • We where invited to a wedding party there, just a fenomenal place in a fenomenal party
  • Villa Mosconi Bertani is a splendid eighteenth-century Venetian villa not far from Verona and Lake Garda, in the heart of Valpolicella. The Villa, nestled between forests and lush vineyards, boasts an important enological tradition: in its cellars, in 1936, originated the first Amarone, the world's most popular wine veronese. The Villa, between the 18th and 19th centuries, was the site of an important Literary Salon attended by intellectuals: today the Chamber of the muses magnificently frescoed, elegant lounges, the old Park adorned with statues and ancient cellars are available to guests for tours, weddings, events and tastings of fine wines for over three centuries the family Bertani. Dining: On request max. 200 seats
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  • Write a review on Villa Mosconi Bertani, feel like a Scandinavian lumberjack called to give an opinion on the Mona Lisa. What can you say? A unique place, with hosts of exquisite kindness. Enter with respect.
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  • Fantastic.
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