When you arrive in front of the vinery, mind that you have to enter to a brown large gate, it's not marked great, look out for the house number "361"
Visit starts with visit to in-state vineyards, and a degustation of good vino Bianco. Tour continues with visiting "palmento" - old vine producing machine used up to some 30 years ago and aging cellar. Next is the main event, trying some of their best vines with proper slow food/appetizers to match
Just please don't make such a big breaks between two events, thing should move quite faster (from vineyards to cellar and from cellar on degustation)
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