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Cantina Rotari

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cris336 wrote a review Oct 2019
Oslo, Norway70 contributions6 helpful votes
been lucky enough to have a conference dinner here. The place was great but the food was even better! completely satisfied.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Ian M wrote a review Sep 2019
Backworth, United Kingdom342 contributions88 helpful votes
Claudia was an excellent guide to this amazing winery. I have been to other winery tours previously but nothing on this scale, the premises was huge. You are taken through the various parts of the building and the processes of wine production in each area are explained to you. There are three wines you taste, they were all delicious but the sparkling was our favourite. There is a shop in a separate building.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Ekaterina C wrote a review May 2019
Trento, Italy56 contributions11 helpful votes
Having lived in this area I've been to a few of the local winery tours, but there is nothing quite like this one. I've been here a few time now and have recommended it to multiple people who've all enjoyed the tours. This place is a gem on the border of Trentino and Alto-Adige regions. The host is spectacular, guiding you through the entire process, explaining what is done in each and every room and of course, guiding you through the wine tasting experience. It was most interesting to visit in April when the bottling process happens and getting to see all the machinery in work. That said, I would still come here any time of year. I would also recommend visiting the wine store, where you can buy the Riserva line which isn't sold in most supermarkets and find a selection of wines from all the other regions that they produce their wines in.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Graaav wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom25 contributions5 helpful votes
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I would strongly (very very strongly) recommend to visit this winery. We have done winery's guided tour and LOVED IT! It was really magic experience! Claudia, the host, was AMAZING and so passionate about winery that made it really great. She was so knowledgeable and had answer to every question! Also, made a visit so special by taking us to various winery's locations and explaining the processes how the wine is made. It was really special and we will remember it for a long time! The Mezzacorona and Rotary wine is our most favourite wine now! Thanks Claudia and we bought a crate of wines on the way out to bring back to UK for special moments!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Wander667930 wrote a review Aug 2018
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By far the most anoying and stupid winery visit I ever experienced. Paid 10 euro a person even for a child you actually have to pay. Takes almost 2 hours what can be explained in 10 minutes, see nothing really happening, noting about the grape to wine. The best thing was the movie from 6 minutes. After paid for tasting wines I did not want to taste went to the shop where you can not taste the wine you potential are buying. How stupid can it get. Did a lot of visits in Italië and france. No possibility to taste wine before buying is completely new for me and stupid. You better can go to the supermarket and spare yourself the trip.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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