“ From the passion of a young entrepreneur, you will be guided through the organic vineyards to the winery, and get to know Samnes, her wine! ”
From: €48.00
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Duration: 4 Hours
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Here is what you will live

Masseria Vigne Vecchie was born at the foot of the Sannio Dormouse, thanks to the love and passion of a young agricultural entrepreneur who will lead you from the organic vineyards to the winery, and will tell you about Samnes: its philosophy, its nectar, its Earth. The Earth is so grateful that it repays her, every year, by giving those wonderful fruits from which it produces its wines. 
This experience includes a welcome at Masseria Vigne Vecchie winery, E-Bike/Mountain bike rental with which we will visit the vineyards of this incredible estate and a guided tour in the winery. In an exclusive tasting room inside the winery, we will have the possibility to taste 3 types of wine: Spumante di Falanghina, Falanghina del Sannio DOP bio, Sannio Rosso DOP bio, accompanied by typical products of Sannio.

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Booking Policy & Details

Min. 10 - Max.30 People

How much does it costs?

48€ per person;
Children from 0 to 12 years old For Free

How should you be dressed?



  • Guided tour of the Cellar
  • Guided tour of the Vineyard
  • Tasting of 3 wines
  • Local Appetizers
  • E-bike/Mountain bike rental (service available in the winery)

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