THE STORY OF A FAMILY
The Counts of Lodron settled in the Lagarina Valley in 1456.
From that moment on they played a crucial part in the ever-changing history of the region.
In the 16th century the Palazzo Lodron was constructed on existing building's walls.
Count Nicolò Lodron is the first owner to reconstruct the present buildings. His life-size statue stands in a niche above the main entrance.
More construction was carried out through 1628 - with Santino Solari, the architect of Salzburg cathedral, in charge. Commissioned by Paris Lodron, then Prince Archbishop of Salzburg, Solari rebuilt and adapted the entire building and added the private family chapel.
Mozart visited Rovereto on his way to Italy in 1769.
The young musician delighted and inspired his audiences in several palaces of the trading town.
In the beginning of the 1990ies the Volpini de Maestri family opened the palace for public events. The descendants of the counts of Lodron go to great lengths to maintain and renovate this historic place. The winery Palazzo Lodron was founded in 2016.
THE WINE OF PALAZZO LODRON
Trentino earth, sun and wind. These three make our wine a joy for the nose and palate. Let us invite you for a tour and tasting of our wines.
WEDDINGS AND OTHER FESTIVITIES WITH ITALIAN FLAIR ...
Surrounded by picturesque vineyards lies this grand estate, the perfect event location steeped in more than 400 years of history.
When planning your special occasion from catering to flower arrangements we will make you feel at ease and assist you in every step of the way. We offer our services in Italian, German and English.
WINE BRINGS PEOPLE TOGETHER
The Lodron Palace is located in the charming village of Nogaredo, west of the Adige River, between Trento (20 km) and Lake Garda (19 km). Verona Airport is only 35 minutes by car. The nearest railway station is in Rovereto - only ten minutes away.
On the other side of the river lies the old merchant town Rovereto. For some years now the MART has been attracting visitors from all over the world - it is one of the most important museums of modern art in Italy.
Lake Garda and the surrounding mountains offer a wide range of sporting activities: surfing, sailing, mountain biking, etc.