A sparkling jewel protected by the hills of the Marca Trevigiana, Villa Sandi is a Palladian style masterpiece dating back to 1622, and it is also the main office of the company.
The Villa rises from a fertile countryside in which fields and farms, nowadays as well as in the past, pay homage to the local history. A vibrant stage in which nature and architecture live in total harmony together; place of delight and headquarters, the complex of Villa Sandi is an enchanting estate where man and environment are in perfect symbiosis.
The entrance is an elegant alley sided by statues of the popular Venetian sculptor Orazio Marinali, whose works decorate also the gable and the backyard. A massive pronaos, sustained by four Ionian columns, adorn the main part of the building, on each side of which two elegant Barchesse and a small chapel stand.
The Villa, cultural heritage of the Trevisan land, is a successful example of that special bond that exists between art and agriculture that has characterized the Venetian scenery in the past
These precious rooms, outlined by the delicate combination of pastel colours, stuccoes and bass-relieves, and dominated by splendid Murano glass chandeliers hosted in the past important figures such as Napoleon Bonaparte, the sculptor Antonio Canova, the painter Schiavoni, famous writers such as Caccianiga and Corso, thus preserving great memories of a glorious and aristocratic past.
Villa Sandi is an important landmark for wine culture in Italy, not only for the quality of its products, but also for the special events that take place there, such as courses for Sommeliers, lectures on the Wine World, and wine tastings with major experts.
For those who wish to combine the love for wine with the beauty of art, Villa Sandi offers guided tours of the underground cellars, the beautiful Villa, and the surrounding gardens.