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Located in the heart of Valcalepio, between Bergamo and Lake Iseo, the Castle of Grumello was built as a military fortress in 1200 and later became an aristocratic manor house.. 

What remains today of the medieval fortress is the tower with Guelph battlements, the Knights’ hall and the wine cellars, while the house and the chapel date back to 1700. 


The Castle has belonged to the Reschigna Kettlitz family from Milan since 1953 and they have given a new impetus to the wine-making tradition of the territory of Grumello, producing prestigious wines that can be tasted and purchased on site at the end of the visit to the castle. Orders are also accepted by phone or online. 

The Castle is open to the public for guided tours, walks in the vineyards, wine tastings at which the Castle’s wine is served accompanied by traditional products, private and company events, concerts, exhibitions and special evenings.


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