Our farm winery is a combination of everyday life, history and entrepreneurial spirit. During your visit, you will make a journey across time and space, through vineyards and fruit groves, the centuries-old farm (the Masseria), colourful cases of fruit, manuscripts dating back to the 16th century and various kinds of historical documents: from the declaration of the end of World War I to the paper patterns for the dresses used by women in the early-20th century. Everything is part of the everyday life in the farm, scattered among the kid’s games or in the warehouses and the farmers’ outbuildings.
A holiday in our farm’s houses is a unique combination of seaside and countryside experiences. A true Italian Agriturismo, where you can pick peaches and apricots directly from the trees and eat them. If you are a wine lover, you like archaeology or archives or you just want to relax all the time, this will be the ideal location. We have got four farmhouses, each with its own bathroom, kitchenette, air conditioning and TV. The farmhouses are open from June to September. For further information on vacancies and prices please fill in our contact form.
Our tasting room
Our farm winery has recently opened to visitors its 16th-century floor with a tasting room and a kitchen, perfect to organise events dedicated to Basilicata’s wines and food. The room, entirely made of bare stone, has already hosted the presentation of the wines produced by our farm winery and it is the final destination of wine tours and guided tours in the cellars. Each wine tour is customised according to the needs of our visitors and customers but, thanks to our De Vino Experience, we are proud to organise tastings and aperitifs for small groups looking for authentic flavours and unique atmospheres. For further information on our wine tours and tasting room, please fill in the contact form.
Nova Siri is a beach resort on the Ionian Coast, offering a variety of activities. Within few kilometres, you can visit the famous Sassi di Matera, ancient cave dwellings declared a Unesco site, or you can enjoy an active holiday and exhilarating adventures in the Pollino National Park. You can also make a journey across time, visiting the well-known archaeological park of Metaponto and Policoro, or live a unique and unforgettable experience in Craco, known as ‘The ghost town of Basilicata’ and chosen by the Italian film director Pasolini, and many other directors, as the backdrop for their movies. Don’t forget that those coming to Basilicata and discovering its landscapes, delicious cuisine and the warm hospitality of its people, usually fall in love with this region so strongly it becomes a part of their life.