Villa & Garden
the summary of 19th century architecture
The place where Villa Spinosa is located today, with the villa sorrounded by the garden and the farmhouses, was born from the connection between landscape and farming. A unique and elegant setting, ideal to host summer cultural events. A summary of 19th century culture and architecture, the masterhouse is connected to the old tradition of Venetian Villas just on one side. Built on a panoramic position among the vineyards of the Valpolicella, is characterised by an elegant symmetrical design and sober tuff decorations as well as by windows of varying shapes and dimensions which allow the rustic atmosphere and climate to be fully enjoyed. The elegant garden sorrounding the villa was elaborated at the beginning of the 1900s. Various elements of landscape design are harmoniously combined in this garden: the romantic inspiration of English-style gardens and box hedges, the favoured shrub in all Italian style gardens, shaped in harmonious geometric designs. A small belòvedere at the edge of the garden offers a beautiful viewpopint.