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At the entrance to the manor you feel as if you are visiting a Tuscan villa, with the exception of the fact that you are transferred to the wine country Sonoma - richly decorated Tuscan colors and architecture, the spectacular iron gates of the entrance are amazing from the beginning, and it becomes even more impressive after you park your vehicle and start a relaxing walk around the manor. The entrance to the exhibition gardens is almost concealed, but you walk through the little iron gates from the main entrance from the parking lot. Entering the fenced garden walls, you get into the magnificent and welcoming water garden in front of the pergola, which welcomes you to relax and admire some sights as you slowly look at the gardens that unfold in front of you. It appears that a single square inch of the garden is covered with so many colorful annual and perennial plants that all flower simultaneously.

An attractive pergola invites you to sit down and admire the view.

You keep going down a curved track that leads through inviting garden areas that immediately welcome you, including a garden filled with roses, a garden with stones, and then a water garden that blooms with perennial spring plants. All this is well kept up and so well displayed - almost like a little jewelry case just turns out slowly in front of you as you pass by and consume each last detail. At the end of the day you come out of the walled garden and walk into the villa alley. In front of the degustation halls there is a panorama view of the vineyards with hills, cypress paths and an eccentric fountain screen, which somehow blends in with the vineyards. All these spectacles of eye candy stir the feelings, and now that you enter the tasting rooms to get acquainted with Ferrari Carano wines, you have something else to remember.

There are many nice garden areas to discover, slow down and relax in the gardens, all here to enjoy the moment.

Wednesday
  • 10AM–3PM
Thursday
  • 10AM–3PM
Friday
  • 10AM–3PM
Saturday
  • 10AM–3PM
Sunday
  • 10AM–3PM
Monday
  • 10AM–3PM
Tuesday
  • 10AM–3PM

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