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I was still reflecting on the header for my review, when I stumbled over the above review title of another reviewer. I decided to copy it, as it totally sums up our experience. Villa Sandi is a must-visit place in the region. Its beautiful, has...More
Whilst staying in Venice, we visited the Villa Sandi for a wine tasting.
The visit is actually in two parts. The first is a tour round the Villa itself and the second, a short ride away, is the tasting. The Villa is picturesque and extremely...More
My boyfriend and I were taken here by Miriam of Veneto Tours, as a prosecco winery cap to our Palladian villa tour. I wish I had known that Villa Sandi itself was a Palladian villa, but that was never mentioned, but would have loved to...More
I was very fortunate to enjoy the pleasure of a taster evening hosted by Villa Sandi set the Oaklands Hall hotel in Lincolnshire on 30th October.
We enjoyed a four course fine dinning menu presented by Stephen Bennett and his team to compliment the variety...More
A very nice tour of the wine cellars and the Villa Sandi in a very interesting and Informative way. Our guide, and Italian/English lady had a very nice way to explain everything and answer all the questions.
Tour ended with a wine tasting and browsing...More
Our first stop on the prosecco tour was Villa Sandi. After a bit of confusion on our part, we finally made it to the start of the tour. We held up a larger group due to our delinquency, but they were all very gracious. The...More
we went over there as part of a group organized by the Bride and the groom to be, who were organizing this lovely event, we got over there late we were group of more than 50 persons, and you could imagine how difficult to get...More
Went here on the end of May open day for the wine yards across Italy.
We decided to join the tour and really enjoyed it. The is quite a labyrinth of 'tunnels' under the villa and most of them are stcked high with prosecco bottles!...More