The Vineria de Tarczal Farmhouse (the de Tarczal Wine Cellar Farmhouse) is an enchanting restaurant and farm which cultivates white and red grapes for the production of wine, spumante, grappas and fruit jelly in Vallagarina. At the end of the 19th century the ancient wine cellars were ceded to the de Tarczal family, thanks to the wedding between Countess Irma Alberti di Poja, member of a noble Trentino family, and Gèza de Tarczal, Admiral of the Austro-Hungarian fleet. The farm flourished during the Austro-Hungarian Empire, when the Marzemino wine was highly requested in court.
The actual Farmhouse is at the interior of the 18th-century-old house and offers restaurant service and tasting service of wine and local tradition cheese and cold cuts. Moreover, the owners gladly accompany guests in guided visits to the wine cellars. The Farmhouse arranges meals for ceremonies, with high-quality professional catering. There are independent entrance and parking, 30 places for meals and a terrace among the green centuries-old trees.