This was a nice place to go! The history of wine making, and wine drinking! And the history of Martini & Rossi, including their advertising campaigns. The gift shop is lovely !More
This was a nice place to go! The history of wine making, and wine drinking! And the history of Martini & Rossi, including their advertising campaigns. The gift shop is lovely !MoreShow less
Thank you for your visit, we are glad you enjoyed your experience!
See you soon.
This was a great little museum showing many artefacts that dated back to BC which showed how wine was made, kept and stored with very historical presses, barrels and bottles. Sadly the thing that was really missing was the Martini and Rossi story of how they met and started the business and how it progressed to become such a brand name and the history behind it. The Martini aperitif at the end of the tour was most welcome as part of the entry price.
Thank you for your visit and for your comment.
We are glad you enjoyed the Oenology museum and you are right saying that this museum concerns the wine history in general. However I have to inform you that we host a second museum called 'Mondo Martini Gallery' which is instead strictly focused on the Martini History and on the pillars that made the company known worldwide. The museum ticket includes both museums and they are located one after the other, you can just follow the white arrow on the floor to skip the first museum and reach directly the Martini one.
We hope this information will be useful for a future visit here at Casa Martini.
It was an interesting couple of hours, we liked the fact the headphones narrated your tour in english for you. The cocktail making interactive films were very good and the fact you can choose one to drink at the end of the tour was great.
Thanks for your visit!
We hope to see you soon for a Mixology or Vermouth MasterClass!
The museum offers an amazing insight into the history of Martini with artefacts going back to BC. We were surprised how they have them. The shop has an array of gifts from the usual to the quirky (very happy with my Martini Helmet ice bucket..!) and the Staff were very helpful and polite :-)
Very easy to get to: Get the train from Porta Susa (Turin) to Pessione (3 euro's).
Casa Martini is literally across the road from the station...!
Thanks for your visit! Come back for a Mixology or Vermouth MasterClass and discover how to make our Cocktails or your Vermouth!
This may be slightly off the beaten track but soooo worth the effort. Catch a train from Turin and you're right opposite Cassa Martini. An extraordinary museum of precious wine making/ drinking artefacts through the ages then a fascinating insight into the famous Martini Rossi brand and its history. Book in for the Mixology Class if you can. Fun time with first class barman Marco.
We decided to visit Casa Martini under suggestion of NH hotel. We have choosen to attend the Mixology class with a group of friend and it has been very funny. My favourite cocktail is the Americano and the barman Adriano is my new hero! Highly raccomanded. The tour is nice but the Real attraction is the Mastodonte gate. The Shop is full of staff with Martini logo, some old iconic adv campaign.
Thank you for your visit.
You should come back for the Vermouth MasterClass: you can make your own Vermouth!