Castello Rametz - Wine Museum

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Castello Rametz - Wine Museum

Castello Rametz - Wine Museum
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The Rametz Castle wine estate is situatet on a hill near to Merano. It's wine growing museum shows all steps of wine producing. Also the medieval and modern cellar are open for public. Between April and November we offer guidet tours from mo-fr at 4.30PM which include a wine tasting experience. In the shop you can taste more wines and grappas of own production.
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Michael K
Estero82 contributions
May 2014 • Couples
We spent 2-3 hours touring this historic castle and learned so much. The tour was fantastic and the wine tasting was great. And, after our tour, they gave each couple a bottle of wine! This is a must-do for anyone staying in Merano!
Written June 7, 2014
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paul h
Chicago, IL28 contributions
Jun 2016 • Couples
We found the museum collection of old wine-making implements and the medieval wine cellar, still in use today, very impressive. Our host in the museum store made our wine tasting particularly interesting and pleasant. Unlike Napa wineries in California, which may give you crackers or bread sticks, Meretz actually serves speck with their wine samples. Well done!
Written June 29, 2016
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Alejowood
Barcelona, Spain7 contributions
Aug 2015 • Family
5 euros for the museum which was very interesting. We then tasted three lovely wines which the lady served with delicious Speck and Schuettelbrot.
Written August 27, 2015
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Mimi
Durham, UK54 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
Spent the afternoon at the vineyard with Inghams Ian Hill who was our guide. On a lovely sunny afternoon in May we spent the time wandering through the vines, went into the winery and finally into the tasting room. We had the choice of up to five wines and this was accompanied with the local ham, cheese and bread. It really was a lovely way the spend the afternoon. It's not too far out of Merano and the local bus stops close by.
Written May 19, 2019
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Berny L
Chicago110 contributions
Oct 2019
We did not do the tour inside the castle. We just went to the tasting room and had a marvelous time sampling their wine and talking to the staff. Such friendly and knowledgeable people and the wines were so good. We are wine snobs and can truly say we found many wines we liked at very reasonable prices! If you are looking for a relaxing time one afternoon, walk over to this castle and enjoy the beauty, wine and hospitality!
Written October 18, 2019
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Nicole D
Washington DC, DC6 contributions
Aug 2018 • Couples
We had a wonderful time at Castello Rametz! The staff and owner were extremely hospitable and made us feel right at home. The museum was very informative and it was a great experience getting to wander around freely through the exhibits and the wine cellar. It’s really a beautiful winery and close to the city center. I would highly recommend visiting this winery if you will be in Merano.
Written August 10, 2018
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J L
Tokyo, Japan7 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
Walking in the friendly wine expert asked me whether I'd like to speak Italian or German. English? I asked with a big smile, "no English," he replied with a more friendly smile. So, I opted to rely on high school French and wine knowledge and go with Italian. We were talked through the wines and despite a language barrier he could read our obvious enthusiasm for the wine and brought out some special glasses followed by big wines not on the tasting list. If you don't speak Italian or German just stay relaxed, be friendly, share your enthusiasm and enjoy the wine and the atmosphere.
Written September 6, 2017
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princessmango
Vancouver15 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
On a lovely August afternoon we booked our winery tour. 12/2 ratio of German speaking tourists to English speaking; luckily our guide "M" was very knowledgeable of it's history.
He has presented the tour in a very entertaining way. Explored the vine yard a bit, production area, then explored it's history in the caves bellow chateau.
We have opted for an indoor tasting since it was 30 + Celsius so the outside lovely patio was a bit too hot. Choose your favourite, mine was 2 out of 5. Their speck is out of this world! Their on-site shop offers their chateau wines and other local delicacies worth
trying!
Written September 3, 2017
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Alaskacooper
Treasure Island, FL75 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
This place is amazingly beautiful. We went with a tour group of approx. 10 people. When we arrived, we were greeted by a young man that guided us to the vineyards and through the winery. We then had a tasting, which was good but not to my wine preference. The only complaint was that we seemed rushed out of the tasting. We sat for about 15 minutes, then were ushered out to the shop.
Written November 26, 2016
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wheresmycase
Salisbury, UK61 contributions
Jul 2016 • Couples
We have done many wine tastings. This was superb both in quality and price
A must in Merano. East to get there by bus number 1 so you can enjoy the excellent wine
Written July 28, 2016
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