Wine Museum

Viale Bruno Buozzi 1 (Tolentino)


In the premises of the winery, with access from the cloister of the Abbey, has been recently set up the Wine Museum that exposes tools and objects used in the past for the processing of the grapes. The cellars were built in the 17th century on behalf of the Jesuits, to whom was entrusted the Abbey in 1581. Are built on two floors, including a basement, and were used to work the grapes produced from the vineyards of the Abbey and more recently those harvested in the lands of the Giustiniani Bandini family and then of the Fondazione Giustiniani Bandini. The cellars, just restored, are the perfect place to expose the old tools used by farmers: are visible wine presses, barrels of various sizes, different kinds of containers, tanks, pumps to decant the wine and a beautiful wine boiler, built on the side of a small cloister of Cistercian monks. The Museum also has an extensive documentation for the production of wine in the Marche region


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