A treasure trove of history and beauty, set among the vineyards.
A gem that emerges amidst the dense greenery of centuries-old woods and the manicured vineyards on the mountainside slopes that surround Trento: this is Villa Margon, a sixteenth-century country house that is one of the oldest and most beautiful anywhere in the Alps, and which is today the Lunelli Group’s hospitality centre.
Its rooms contain over five hundred years of history, beginning with the Council of Trent, when the Villa welcomed cardinals and prelates from all over Europe as well as Emperor Charles V. It is therefore no surprise that his exploits are highlighted in one of the fresco cycles that adorn the villa.
It is not only history but also tradition that Villa Margon reveals in its frescoes, bearing witness in particular to how important vine-growing has always been in this area.
The Villa, restored to its ancient splendour by the Lunelli family, is today part of the Path through Beauty and Excellence (link) that Cantine Ferrari offers its visitors, a real voyage through art in all its variations: the art of sparkling wines, of architecture, of painting and of fine cuisine – in a nutshell, the Italian Art of Living.