Our History

Fattoria Grimana belongs to the Lotto’s Family since the XIX century. It was a farm, whose building was registered in the Napoleonic Cadastre in the 19th century. At that time sericulture was the main activity, especially for mulberry plants that, together with maples, supported grapevines. Moreover, hemp plant was cultivated in order to produce ropes and clothes. The land was covered by plane, poplar, elm and maple trees. Apulian bovines and Alpine Brown cows were bred. They are two country races that can adapt to the plain climate easily. Nowadays, our grape vineyards produce excellent grapes for our wines: Grimaner and Prosecco DOC. The colorful garden is merged with the orchard, where our guests will pick seasonal fruits directly from the tree: cherries, peaches, nectarines, apricots, plums, pears, apples, fox grapes, walnuts, hazelnuts, persimmons, pomegranates and medlars. The farm was renovated in 2000 in accordance with the bio-architecture parameters. The old brick and stone walls as well as different materials have been preserved: the terracotta paving, wood, iron, Vicenza white stone. Besides, natural substances, such as beeswax, vegetal resins, lime and latex paint were used as treatments. The solar panels on the roof provide the total amount of energy consumed by the farm. In addition, they generate warm water.


In the breakfast room, our guests can taste our delicious homemade products, such as cakes, biscuits, jams and local products, among which local cheese Asiago and local ham. In addition, we provide a bookcase with all find of information about the surrounding area. Around the farm, you can relax on the patio, in the garden or hire bikes for free and discover our wonderful countryside.