An ancient Veneto villa becomes a charming Wine Relais
Villa Cordevigo is an ancient patrician residence going back to the 18th Century, in an unrivalled country setting.
It has all the charm of the Veneto villas, the subtle balance between geometrical lines and rotundity, the perfect blend of the architecture of palaces and the architecture of landscape, all enclosed in this estate lying in a little place called Cordevigo, once an ancient Roman settlement. Villa Cordevigo has seen great changes over the centuries. The original nucleus is of the Renaissance period but then in the 17th and 18th Centuries it was transformed according to the styles in vogue at those times.
Laterally to the main house are two lower wings forming a square design with a large court and an artistic fountain and small Italianate garden . The complex also includes a beautiful Renaissance patrician chapel dedicated to St Martin, a vast park and a truly immense vineyard.
The Cordevigo complex for centuries was at the heart of the large landed estates belonging to Count Lombardo, and then it passed into the hands of the families of the Counts Dolci, Saladini and De Moreschi. Today the Cristoforetti and Delibori families have turned Villa Cordevigo into a place of harmony, a charming wine relais which brings together wellness, health and beauty as well as fine food and wine. Oseleta, the restaurant awarded a Michelin star and the Cellar, a temple to wine tastings, both promise unique sensory experiences. An open air pool and Spa also offer moments of unforgettable relaxation.