Set inside the Zeni Winery, the Wine Museum attracts thousands of visitors every year from all over the world that are interested in the history of wine and wine making.
Conceived and realized by the owner Gaetano Zeni in 1991, the museum is divided into thematic areas, each dedicated to a different stage of the long and complex wine production process, from the growing of the vine to the harvest, from the grape processing to the bottling phase. The museum houses a variety of historical and recent instruments, examples of grafting and cultivation methods, that tell the evolution in wine making.
The entrance to the museum without a guide is free with no need to book for single visitors and small groups up to 10 people. Groups of 11 people or more are asked to book a guided tour.