The winery tour starts here. From the doorway of the Tessari home, the radio is tuned to the armistice day transmission for the end of the First World War, and the objects of daily life take us back in time for a moment. There’s the old kitchen, life and soul of the house, the yard, where the grapes are brought, and the cellar where the bottling was done. There are over 100 items relating to farming and vine-growing in the Tessari family. All part of the permanent exhibition, documenting the development of the productive cycle of wine in a house in the first 40 years of the 20th century.
The Wine Museum represents the will to remember our own origins and to celebrate that love for agriculture and the land that has inspired and guided the evolution of the family and the business, in a journey through time and through history. “Our memory is our being consistent, our way of reasoning, our sentiment and even our way of acting. Without it we are nothing.” Completed in 2008, after two years of refurbishment by Andrea Ciresola, the Wine Museum was identified straight away as a Museum of Regional Interest by the Veneto Regional Council. This rare heritage is available to the public as an educative itinerary, rich in memories and multimedia installations.