Villa Sandi is a Venetian Villa dating back to 1622. It is a wonderful example of Palladian architecture, located on the hills of the Marca Trevigiana in the heart of the Prosecco region.
The Villa perfectly combines art and agriculture, a typical feature of Venetian dwellings on the mainland. Today, it hosts the vine-growing and wine-making company of the Moretti Polegato family.
The ancient underground wine cellars are used for the refining of the Opere Trevigiane Classic Method sparkling wine, while two barrique cellars host the barrels for the aging of the grand reserves.
Villa Sandi and its wine-making facilities are open to the public for guided tours and tastings in the “Botteghe del vino”, while the Locanda Sandi in Valdobbiadene welcomes its guests in 6 charming rooms.
The access to Villa Sandi is characterized by a long alley lined with statues by the Venetian sculptor Orazio Marinali, whose work also decorates the gable and garden.
In past times, the Villa's elegant halls, decorated with stucco and bas relief, were visited by the likes of Napoleon, Antonio Canova, writers and other distinguished figures.