Cantine Giorgio Lungarotti

Cantine Giorgio Lungarotti

Wine, culture, hospitality

Product ID: 306
Description

Lungarotti is synonymous with Torgiano, the region which gave birth to Umbrian wine.
Founded by Giorgio Lungarotti in the early 60's, the company now has at its helm the sisters Chiara Lungarotti and Teresa Severini. Their hallmark commitment to the company and keen eye for innovation have infused the Lungarotti Group with new energy, strengthening the family stewardship as a guarantee not only for the present but also for the future.
Over the years, Lungarotti has won numerous awards for its wines, olive oil, hospitality and sustainability practices.
Culture has been the driving force of the Lungarotti Group since the early 60's, when Giorgio Lungarotti's determination to improve the quality and prestige of his increasingly successful wine production met the passion for culture of Maria Grazia Lungarotti, a art historian and archivist. Together they gave life to a project that was both ambitious and far-reaching, and in 1974 the Wine Museum was born. A visit to the Wine Museum is a must, as here you can discover a world class private collection of historical artifacts that document wine civilization.
You can also visit their Olive and Oil museum, which opened in 2000, to learn about the origins and mythology of...

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Lungarotti is synonymous with Torgiano, the region which gave birth to Umbrian wine.
Founded by Giorgio Lungarotti in the early 60's, the company now has at its helm the sisters Chiara Lungarotti and Teresa Severini. Their hallmark commitment to the company and keen eye for innovation have infused the Lungarotti Group with new energy, strengthening the family stewardship as a guarantee not only for the present but also for the future.
Over the years, Lungarotti has won numerous awards for its wines, olive oil, hospitality and sustainability practices.
Culture has been the driving force of the Lungarotti Group since the early 60's, when Giorgio Lungarotti's determination to improve the quality and prestige of his increasingly successful wine production met the passion for culture of Maria Grazia Lungarotti, a art historian and archivist. Together they gave life to a project that was both ambitious and far-reaching, and in 1974 the Wine Museum was born. A visit to the Wine Museum is a must, as here you can discover a world class private collection of historical artifacts that document wine civilization.
You can also visit their Olive and Oil museum, which opened in 2000, to learn about the origins and mythology of the olive, its use as a source of light and in religion, medicine, nutrition, sport, cosmetics, and heating.
To completely unwind, why not stay the night or weekend at their luxurious 5 star spa resort Le Tre Vaselle, where you can indulge in vinotheraphy treatments or savour the exquisite cusine at the Melograne restaurant.

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About this activity
Advanced Booking Required
Yes
Seasonal Activity

No closing periods

Languages
English, Italian, French
Opening Hours
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
The meeting point

Viale G. Lungarotti 2, Torgiano 08089 (PG)

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Highlights
  • Wine tastings
  • Biomass technology
  • Wine spa
  • Olive oil and grappa production
  • Wine museum
  • Le Tres Vaselle Resort
Nearby
  • Assisi
  • Perugia
  • Orvieto
  • Gubbio
Grape varieties

Red:

  • Sangiovese
  • Sagrantino
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Merlot
  • Syrah
  • Canaiolo

 

White:

  • Trebbiano
  • Chardonnay
  • Grechetto
  • Pinot Grigio
  • Vermentino
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Product ID: 306

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