Via Crosetta, 8, 37024 Negrar (Verona)
Our farm is found in the municipality of Negrar with 8 hectares of vineyard. For our guests we offer a restored historic country home nestled in vineyards and olive groves, ideal for a peaceful vacation close to local attractions: the Valpolicella, Lake Garda, nature park of Lessinia, city of Verona.
Guests find accommodations in two rooms and in two flats: each has private bath, TV, fridge, A/C (except flat Valpolicella which is quite cool even in the summer thanks to its location on the ground floor).
Comfortably seated in the fresh gazebo, with a lovely panorama, you can savour traditional Valpolicella wines made onsite.
On the weekends, except for July and August, you can also use our restaurant offering local recipes in a very inviting and evocative location.
You can stroll amidst the vineyards, also booking a visit to the historic Mazzi family’s winery to see classic Valpolicella red wine production and the famous Amarone. Tastings are also explained directly by the owner. We suggest a visit to the ancient water mill from the 1600s. There are also bikes to rent to reach the heart of Negrar or take excursions into nature. The garden offers lounges for resting under the sun and a gazebo overlooking the vineyard.
The Lake Garda and Verona are close by: from Verona you can quickly reach, by train, cities like Venice, Padua, Vicenza, Mantua, Modena and Ferrara, Trento and Bolzano.
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We had the opportunity during a meeting to have lunch at this place. The place is cozy, excellent dishes from homemade pasta, risotto all'Amarone and cold cuts, a corner of tranquility in the hills of Verona, to know !!!
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The Agriturismo is set in an old building and is part of an active wine growing business, surrounded by the vineyards of Valpolicella. Stefano was a friendly and helpful host and the apartment was very well fitted out, with good provisions for breakfast and an excellent coffee machine. It is a fairly easy walk down into Negrar, which is a pleasant town with a number of good trattorias, pizzerias and bars
Not sure why no reviews have been posted, but after staying here recently for three days, I must tell you about this wonderful agriturismo. This place deserves to be known. Antonio and Stefano were such wonderful hosts. You can tell they take their wine business seriously. The agriturismo is a secondary business and that's a good thing, keeping their focus on wine. That said, if we ever needed anything they were happy to help. So nice and helpful hosts. Unfortunately, we weren't able to try their restaurant since it was close to Easter and not prime tourist season. The rooms are not at the winery and that turned out to be good too, since our place only has about 4-5 rooms total and we felt we had the place to ourselves. Awesome views. So very quiet. We could just chill and relax. Yet, if we wanted to walk to town it was less than a kilometer away. Great strolling. I can't say enough about our hosts. As an American, a sign of a good agriturismo is how they did NOT speak great English. Feels much more authentic. Rooms are next to the vineyards, and the wines are great. Not enough room in our suitcase. Oh well, drink what we can before we leave then. Speaking of wine, they have a wine cellar under the rooms that they put out on the honor system. Just write down what wine you're taking and they just charge at the end. Felt very much like that we were part of the family. Highly recommend (note that I only gave 9.5 on restaurants, but since it wasn't open I can't judge. However, the wine tasting was excellent)