Hospitality is a noble art
practiced over the generations
The charming Possessioni Serego Alighieri, sitting gently in the Valpolicella hills, was acquired back in 1353 by Pietro Alighieri, son of the Supreme Poet Dante, and was famous even then for the quality of its vineyards. Today, the estate is open to visitors, displaying the soul of the Valpolicella region and its unique traditions. Guests can stay in the magnificent Foresteria as well as book a visit to the Possessioni and a tasting of the prestigious wines. There’s also a well-equipped Cooking School, light-filled rooms for conferences and events, and, of course, rooms for elegant receptions.
The Tenuta won in 2018 the Best of Wine Tourism award promoted by the international Great Wine Capitals organisation.
In 2020 Serego Alighieri won the Reader Awards of Food and Travel Italy in the category "location of the year" as "a place that gives its guests moments of tradition, history, culture, art and food, helping to make great Italy in the world".