Visit the biggest wine museum in Europe: the MUVIS - Museum of Wine & Agro-industry. Discover the features and nuances of its territory and embark into an in-depth journey into its physical and symbolic roots.
Some legends date this regions' vines back to Adam’s and Eve’s times: the forbidden fruit in the earthy heaven wasn’t a mere apple but rather juicy grapes. Others state that it was Noah himself who first made wine and – deeming it a valuable drink – decided to store it on his ark during the Flood. Ever since ancient times, wine has always played a leading cultural and social role as it was considered a precious gift; it embodies man’s basic values and everlasting connection to nature; a connection you'll be able to recreate in the course of the visit, by exploring the countryside and the ex Vasselli cellars, by enjoying the beautiful landscape and savouring the local gourmet products thanks to an included tasting.