Castello di Porcia
The Castle of Porcia is one of the emblematic locations of the history of the Friuli region. The complex is made up of a central keep, a Renaissance wing and a Venetian-style structure.
Built to serve the military purpose of protecting the territory from Barbarian invasion, in the 13th century the Castle became the permanent residence of the noble Porcia e Brugnera family, which ruled these lands for eight centuries and held important political and military posts under the Most Serene Republic of Venice.
The Castle of Porcia, still today the family’s home, stands in the middle of 840 hectares of agricultural terrain on which prized grapes and other products are cultivated using cutting-edge methods.
The Castles historic Winery, a testimony to the family’s wine-producing heritage, offers guided visits and tastings. Not far from the Castle, at the Fattoria di Azzano farm, visitors can purchase and taste wines produced using sustainable agricultural methods, as well as a selection of traditional Friuli products.
Duration of tastings: 45 minutes
Number of people: Min 4 - Max 30
Lunch area: Not available
Cancellation policy: No penalty
Architectural barriers: Partly inaccessible
Car parking: Private indoor area max 30
Bus parking: Private indoor area max 2
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Via Castello, 1
33080 Porcìa (PN)
Weddings and Events
Castello di Porcìa offers organization:
- Catered events by request
- Books presentations
- Theater shows
Meetings and Conferences
Hall A 60 mq
Hall B 120 mq
Technical material: by rent
Seats: max 50
Wine cellars and gourmet products
Castello di Porcia offers guests the opportunity to taste its wines and grappas, along with other local products>
Shop hours: from Tuesday to Friday - 8.00/12.00 - 14.30/18.30
Saturday - 8.30/12.30 - 14.30/17.30
Fattoria di Azzano: from Tuesday to Friday - 9.00/12.30 - 14.00/18.30
Saturday - 9.00/17.00