Villa Della Torre<br/>in the New York Times
30 July 2018

Villa Della Torre
in the New York Times

Villa Della Torre is in the New York Times! The headquarters of Allegrini, the Renaissance Villa designed by Giulio Romano, has recently been reviewed by the journalist Shivani Vora in the Travel section of the magazine, where all the ‘customized’ options that are available to visitors at the Villa are presented.
Here’s the article in full:
"Marilisa Allegrini, one Italy’s most renowned wine producers, owns this 15th-century villa, set on a 100-acre wine and olive oil estate near the city of Verona. She recently opened 10 rooms on the second floor, and like the villa itself, all are sumptuously decorated with furniture and antiques from the 15th and 16th centuries. Overnight guests work with one of villa’s staff to create a custom itinerary when they check-in. Activities include a guided walk through the vineyards, a wine and olive oil tasting paired with food, bicycle tours, hikes on nearby Monte Baldo, and a boat tour of Lake Garda. They can even buy their own produce at the market in Verona and cook a meal in the estate’s kitchen".