Villa Favorita

Villa Favorita 2014

2014, april 5th -7th

Villa Favorita offers a structured tasting journey that allows to study or learn about the natural wine: the most important event of natural wine in Europe, both in number of exhibitors, and number of visitors. Villa Favorita combines Italian and foreign wines and aims to share experiences and techniques to produce wine in a natural way, both in the vineyard and winery, and to disseminate the culture of “terroir” (climate, geology, topography, soil). A gorgeous atmosphere created by the homonymous Venetian villa, Villa Favorita is the perfect environment to create a unique event which hosts selected producers from all over Europe mainly from France. Each visitor can not only taste the wines of each producer, but also and above all to meet, know and speak directly with the producers themselves, even in different languages, thanks to a staff of interpreters made available by the organizers. The event Villa Favorita, therefore, was born out of the need of a growing commitment to spread a new culture of natural wine, as a result of a natural process, in full compliance with the peculiarities of the soil.

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Opening Time

– Saturday, April 06th from 10:00 to 18:00
– Sunday, April 07th from 10:00 to 18:00
– Monday, April 08th from 11.00 to 18.00

Ticket price € 20 per day, which includes the guide of the event and glass for the tasting.


Villa Favorita, Via Favorita 6 – 36040 – Sarego – VI

You can reach Villa Favorita by car from the A4 motorway, Montebello Vicentino exit, following the signs for Vicenza. After 1 Km, follow the signs to Sarego / Monticello. After 350 meters on the left you will see the Villa.

For those arriving by train, the nearest station is Montebello, 2 km from Villa Favorita. We have provided a shuttle bus from the station to the villa with departures at 11.00 and 13.30 from Montebello station and return in the evening at 17.00 and 18.30.

The nearest airports are Verona, Treviso and Venice.

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