Visits and Tastings

Come and discover how Mosnel Franciacortas are made, by personally experiencing one of our Visit Programmes for a guided tour and tasting.

Visitors can, by reservation, tour the winery, the Borgo and taste Mosnel wines accompanied by locally-produced food specialties. Bicycles and picnic knapsacks are available for individual or guided trips along two recommended routes, the Percorso delle Rose (Route of the Roses – 4 km) and the Percorso del Tasso (Route of the Yew Tree – 7 km), which wind through the 41 hectares of our organically-cultivated estate vineyards.

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Hours and availability
Covid-19 restriction

For visiting the wine cellar we recommend wearing clothing suitable to the low temperatures and humid conditions there, even in the summertime. No animals are allowed in the cellar. Tours are normally in Italian. Tours may be requested in English, German, or French.

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Borgo Mosnel

Borgo Mosnel lies in Camignone di Passirano, in the Contrada Barboglio, the latter area named for the family that inherited the property in 1836.

Entering the area from the west, from the vineyards, one can observe classic examples of 17th- and 18th-century Lombard farmsteads (cascine), which for centuries have been utilised as winecellars, with steel tanks, wood barrels, and rows of Mosnel Franciacortas undergong bottle-ageing. The agriturism is here as well, and the winery’s hospitality area.

What to visit in Franciacorta

Naturalistic escapes and cultural explorations: destinations and emotions

The landscape richness of the territory is expressed in the multitude of activities that can be planned in the surroundings of Franciacorta. Among the monasteries and abbeys that surround a hilly landscape, there are several places worth visiting. A few steps from Franciacorta, there is the heart of the city of Brescia which preserves unmissable places of art and culture.