Borgoluce is a large estate with plenty to do and lots of products!
With something for everyone, here are three ideas that give visitors a close up look at the wonderful world of agriculture.
Who’d like to taste various kinds of Prosecco and learn to appreciate them for their differences and nuances?
How about exploring our buffalo sheds and cheese unit, our renewable energy production plant and arable fields? Or perhaps you prefer the Museum of Crafts and Country Life?
And why not get your hands on some rennet (literally) and make your own cheese or make bread with our flour?
You can try all these experiences on the Borgoluce estate!
You can choose from three different exciting taste adventures:
Each session lasts 45 minutes and takes place in our winery, with a guided visit included.
During the tasting session you can try two or three different kinds of Prosecco, and learn to appreciate their nuances and different aromas.
Duration: 45 minutes
This is a hands-on experience showing how sustainable farming is possible today and how we produce traceable healthy foodstuffs from the land.
A variety of workshops cover the production chain from corn to bread, our medicinal plant and herb garden for a total sensorial experience, the world of milk and cheese guided by our cheese-maker.
Fun, engaging, hands-on experimentation that shows how the food we eat every day gets to our tables.
Duration: 2 and a half hours
The visit starts with an introduction to the crops and products from the estate’s flat lands, with its arable fields, walnut groves and pomegranate orchards.
It continues with a visit to our modern buffalo sheds and cheese unit, where milk is turned into mozzarella, yogurt and other dairy products, every day of the year.
Visitors learn how our biodigester transforms animal waste and farming by-products into green electricity and heat in a virtuous agricultural circle where everything is a valuable resource!
The Museum of Crafts and Country Life then provides fascinating insight into the history, lives, manual skills and brilliance of our ancestors.
Duration: 1 and a half hours