Tommasi Viticoltori

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Tommasi Viticoltori
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8:30 AM - 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Monday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Friday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
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lemarmayes
Vicenza, Italy1 contribution
Superb vineyard with excellent vino
Feb. 2021
Amazing vineyard with an incredible staff. You will love the large variety of vintages and if able, check out the wine cellar (you will not be disappointed).
Written 7 February 2021
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Catt145794
1 contribution
Tommasi
Oct. 2020 • Family
Lovely place & delicious wine, what else do you need to be happy? In my opinion nothing. Nice ambience is created by well educated workers who are able to answer all your questions!
Written 4 October 2020
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Nicole C
3 contributions
Fantastic experience @ Tommasi
Feb. 2020
Incredible experience at Tommasi. Could not be more thankful to Matt and the staff for a once-in-a-lifetime tour and tasting. Came to Verona for Amarone, and could not have left happier... a must-do for wine lovers.
Written 18 February 2020
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Bottle and Bite
129 contributions
Underwhelming
Jul. 2019 • Couples
From the onset we were very excited to visit as we love Amarone and one of us is in the wine industry. The centre was very impressive and beautifully presented but a bit stagnant as it is more like a shrine to the wine, than a shop or information centre. Unfortunately the woman we met at the centre did not try to get to know us in any way, and was slightly condescending when we started asking specific questions about the wine making process. We paid to try a couple of wines, but sadly found that they did not live up to the same standard that we had tried from other vineyards from the same region. Initially we had tried to book over the phone to do one of the wine tours but were abruptly told they were full, which appears to be the case with many other reviews on here. Sadly this is one of the only vineyards we have visited that we would not recommend, based on our latest experience.
Written 27 August 2019
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Silvitska
Bern, Switzerland86 contributions
Very nice place to learn about Amarone
Jul. 2019 • Couples
We made reservation for a Wine tour. We got there and had a tour with 6 other people (vine lovers).
The tour is nice, and the tour guide Valentina is super sweet and welcoming.
The cellar is phantastic. I really think it‘s a must see around here.
I can really recomend this place.
Thank you for the great tour, good wine and delicious snacks.
Written 30 July 2019
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Suzanne R
Malmö, Sweden6 contributions
Rude staff
Jul. 2019 • Couples
We tried to book a tour and tasting over phone, but the woman answering the phone did not put in any effort to try and talk english, and only answered 3 times: ‘no, full’, even after we asked for a different time/date. There are numerous wineries in the region that do enjoy welcoming guests, so don’t waste time trying to visit this one.
Written 19 July 2019
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Peter1Northampton
Northamptonshire, UK338 contributions
Good wine slightly soured by the staff
Jul. 2019 • Couples
This has a great wine in a modern impressive welcome centre. We liked some of the wines we tasted of which there are many. We found the lady who served us and helped with the tasting and choices a bit moody almost looking down her nose at us. We have specific targets when we visit for tastings we know what we want to try and what we don’t. We’ve tasted wines from almost every part of the world at source in wineries local to the area we are in. It’s wine ultimately not intrusive surgery, chill out and enjoy it, we are all not trying to be sommeliers!
Written 16 July 2019
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Fabien Lainé
Bordeaux, France152 contributions
A brand new visitor center - one of Valpolicella oldest family cellar
Oct. 2018
A brand new visitor center with a nice team - one of Valpolicella oldest family cellar - the majestuous underground cellar of Tommasi hosts the biggest refining barrel in the world registered in 2010 at the Guinness world record - the barrel is built with 5,000 kg of the best oak, for a total volume of 40 cubic meters, and a capacity of 33,300 liters, represents the highest technical expression of the Art of Cooper. Only the best timber with the most compact fibers, coming from a forest with more than 200 years of life, has been used to produce the suitable slats of old wood, from 85 to 110 mm long and 360 cm long
A lovely tasting area with plenty of educative modules
I would also recommend to visit the "fruttaio" room where they dry the grapes over 110 days to craft amazing wines
Written 13 November 2018
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buttercup1211
Winnipeg, Canada1,569 contributions
Memorable experience
Oct. 2018 • Couples
We took the train from Bologna to Verona mainly to visit this winery. From Verona, it’s about another half an hour or so on bus 21 to Tommasi. The winery is just a short walk from the bus stop. Bus fair was a little bit over 3EUR per person and we bought it at the bus station right outside the Verona train station.

We lucked out because the day we came was the first day they opened their new showroom and the first time they did their new tour. We were told that the prices of the tour would go up shortly after but we pretty much got a VIP tour for the old price of 16EUR per person. This included a tour of their wine cellars and wine tasting of four different wines, including Amarone. The week we went was also the first week they released their De Buris wine and the price tag was 260EUR per bottle. I wanted to taste it to so bad so they let us have a small sip for 10EUR, and I got to say that was 10EUR well spent.

Our tour guide (Chiara?) was very informative and seemed to be very appreciative of our visit. Make sure to make an appointment by email weeks before going there. They take credit card although we were worried when it took them awhile to get it working.

On the way back to Verona, we took bus 93 and got off at the Ponte Pietra and then climbed to Castel San Pietro for some amazing views of Verona. What a wonderful day!
Written 30 October 2018
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Christoffer Pettersson
Gothenburg, Sweden28 contributions
Bad experience, not recommended
Jul. 2017
Not welcoming nor nice behavior by the personell. There are plenty of better wine yards and wine tastings to attend.
Written 29 July 2017
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