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Reviewed February 6, 2019 via mobile

Martini plant is a true jewel of the area! A must visit if you are around. Very friendly staff, incredible attitude and hospitality.
The plant itself is a historic building that was created in 1863 by Martini and Rossi families and since then the factory is producing world's most known vermouth, sparkling and many other alcoholic beverages.
The area of the factory is very pleasant especially when the weather is good. The tour has two parts - historic and production.
First you visit the museum of wine where you could see ancient and medieval objects that were used in the wine industry. From pots and glasses to grape sqeezing huge machines. Then there is Martini hall of fame - various diplomas, medals, documents and photos. The exhibition is very well organized and extremely interesting to learn how the brand developed. Unbelievable to see how modern were the approaches of the family 100 years ago. From Andy Warhol to George Clooney - all are there))
Then was a part of the excursion related to production. Astonishing to see how vermouth and sparkling wines are produced. From the very beginning how ingredients are prepared to bottling and packaging. Robots everywhere including transportation where laser guided vehicles drive goods by themselves! And the finish inside the historic Martini terrace to see what kind of drinks Martini was producing. Vodka, whisky, cognac - anything under the brand of Martini.
Some souvenirs in the end and great memories from the visit!
Definately 5 stars!! Great experience

Date of experience: February 2019
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Reviewed January 13, 2019 via mobile

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 !

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank 266joseh
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L6229XVmarcob, Direttore at Casa Martini - Martini & Rossi, responded to this reviewResponded February 4, 2019

Thank you for your visit, we are glad you enjoyed your experience!

See you soon.

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Reviewed November 18, 2018 via mobile

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.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Bobandmaggie
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L6229XVmarcob, Direttore at Casa Martini - Martini & Rossi, responded to this reviewResponded December 11, 2018

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.

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Reviewed February 4, 2018

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.

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank Pathfinder803053
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Marco B, Direttore generale at Casa Martini - Martini & Rossi, responded to this reviewResponded February 5, 2018

Thanks for your visit!
We hope to see you soon for a Mixology or Vermouth MasterClass!

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Reviewed October 13, 2017

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...!

Date of experience: October 2017
Thank stejmac
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Marco B, Direttore at Casa Martini - Martini & Rossi, responded to this reviewResponded October 24, 2017

Thanks for your visit! Come back for a Mixology or Vermouth MasterClass and discover how to make our Cocktails or your Vermouth!

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