Characterized by Renaissance architecture, Castello di Roncade is a winery situated in Northern Italy. It is located in the heart of Roncade, a small town in the Veneto countryside between Treviso and Venice. The residence sits on the ruins of a tenth-century castle given to the Collalto Counts by Emperor Otto II and was designed by the renowned Venetian architect Mauro Coducci.
Surrounded by beautiful gardens and medieval walls, the winery offers many activities for guests who wish to learn more about the wine culture of the Venetian region. Their aroma-driven whites and full-bodied reds have distinguished them amongst other regional wine producers. They have been awarded many prizes of recognition over the course of their operation. In fact, the Caranto vineyards in which the grapes are harvested span over 110 hectares of land and the terrain is ideal for producing premium quality wines.
In response to its growing success, the winery decided to expand its operations. With the increase in production, a new state-of-the-art winery was established in Mogliano Veneto near the Roncade vineyards, which now welcomes thousands of wine enthusiasts worldwide.
Castello di Roncada Bed & Breakfast:
Spending a couple of days at Castello di Roncada is a great way to get to know and experience Castello di Roncada’s wines.
The apartments located in the towers, and the rooms in the main building have been recently renovated to offer guests a comfortable stay.
Castello di Roncade features great halls, attractive arcades and historical gardens which are perfect venues for conferences, banquets and wedding receptions.
During the spring and autumn, the winery hosts a prestigious fair which features over 80 stalls with artists, artisans, and other artisans.
The vineyards are situated in one hundred and ten hectares of land with a terroir characterized by low precipitation and a layer of consolidated clay and silt just a few centimetres beneath the soil surface, locally known as “caranto”.
Castello di Roncade welcomes the many visitors and guests who wish to explore the enchanting residence and learn about its century-old history.
During the one-hour long guided tour you will:
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