The Ricci Curbastro Agriculture and Wine Museum is the result of more than thirty years of research carried out by Gualberto Ricci Curbastro.
Inaugurated in July 1986, and continuously expanded over the years, the museum is a unique reality in Franciacorta that preserves, in the cottages of the Ricci Curbastro Farm Estate, thousands of objects, which are proof of the agricultural work of the past.
Four halls divided by themes that can be visited, prior to appointment, so that you may be accompanied through the museum and learn about our work during the past and present.
The museum is open all year round, from: 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 6pm.
The tour lasts 1-1.5 hours, for a maximum number of 100 visitors.
Three programs are offered by the farm estate are:
Guided tour of the Ricci Curbastro Agriculture Museum and the wineries of the Ricci Curbastro Farm Estate Winery, with demonstration of the production process for Franciacorta DOCG and Curtefranca DOC. Included is wine tasting with a glass of Franciacorta Brut DOCG, served with breadsticks.
The same as above, but includes wine tasting with a glass of Franciacorta Brut DOCG and one of Curtefranca White or Red DOC, served with breadsticks.
The same as above, but includes wine tasting with a glass of Franciacorta Brut DOCG, one of Curtefranca White, and one of Curtefranca Red DOC, served with breadsticks.