2014 was a crazy year for us, it had been raining almost every day until the 8th of August affecting all our vines including Lecinaro, the grapes were not ripening, we needed sun. With so much rainfall we were concerned that taking on more water could cause the grape berries to swell and possibly split.
Only an hour away from Rome, escape the city for the stunning unspoiled countryside of Ciociaria “Nature at it’s finest, walking through the vines in the Italian sunshine, smelling the sweetness of the grapes is a beautiful experience, understanding from start to finish how our remarkable wine is produced”. Wine Tour We invite you on
At Palazzo Tronconi Winery Restaurant, we are delighted to be exhibiting a photographic exhibition by local photographer Marco Reali. Through the lens, Marco explores key events on our vineyard, capturing scenes that catalogue stages that vines go through throughout the year. From the first buds in spring to veraison when the grapes start to change
Sit under the stars and listen to the hypnotic sounds of award winning trumpet player Luca Aquino Sunday 2 July 2017, 18:30 at Palazzo Tronconi Winery €15 Based upon his recorded offerings to date, one might get the impression that Italian trumpeter Luca Aquino has legendary Italian explorers’ roots in his musical DNA. While Columbus,