Cantina Franzosi provides group guided tours and tastings for groups with a minimum of four people. Group guided tours and tastings require bookings made in advance which can be made by either calling +39 0365 651380 or by sending an email to email@example.com
These are available from Monday to Friday at 10:00 am and 3:00 pm and on Saturday mornings at 10:00 am.
During the group tour and tasting, guests are assisted and followed by qualified personnel, who will introduce Cantina Franzosi and its origins. The tour of the cellar also includes a visit to the winemaking and aging rooms with an explanation of the production process, and concluding with a tasting of our wines, extra virgin olive oils and spirits.
We always welcome new guests into our cellars so to allow them to have a first-hand experience of our products, their guaranteed quality, and of the experience and tradition of those that make them.
We kindly remind that reservations are required to do the guided tour.
Children under 18 can also participate in the guided tour for a reduced price of €10 per child. Children’s’ tastings include an offering of water, fruit juice, stuffed focaccia, salami, cheese and sweet brioches.
Cantina Franzosi welcomes all pets however these must be leashed and are not permitted inside the wine cellar.
If you have allergies or food intolerances, please let us know upon booking so we can ensure an experience tailored to your needs.
Cancellations are allowed only up until 24 h prior to the booking time so to ensure that no food especially prepared for your visit will go to waste.
Cantina Franzosi offers free tastings for individual persons with no booking required. Before purchasing, the guest can taste two wines of their choice for free (with the exception of limited editions), extra virgin olive oil and a distillate, before purchasing.
Free individual tastings end half an hour before closing hours.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9:00-12:00 / 14:00-18:00, Sundays and public holidays only in the morning 9:00-12:00.
Discovering the territory leads to intimacy with the land and its fruits, knowing how our wines and oils are made and then tasting them, letting oneself be transported in a sensory experience.