Book your guided tour of the Castle!
The tower with the Guelf battlements and the old entrance, the Knights’ hall and the wine cellars form the original nucleus of the medieval fortress that was built around the year 1000. Instead, the manor house and chapel are the result of important extension work carried out in 1700 which was then followed by restructuring in the nineteenth century. The building, which is simple and austere in style, is embellished by a cloak of Virginia creeper and ivy. The former terraces were transformed into a spacious courtyard surrounded by century-old chestnut trees.
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