Exhibited in the Agritur of Gianni Franch is the work “November Roses”, 2003
In this corner of Trentino, the nature is the protagonist. The nature itself is the core of everyday life at the Maso Pomarolli farm. The surrounding areas offer almost any time delicious vegetables and fruits, and what to say about the home-made wine, that has in its drops all the tastes and scents of the life-style and traditions typical in the Cembra Valley?
Nevertheless, the range of events scheduled in the nearby of the farm is very wide. Just to give some examples, you can enjoy the Muller-Thurgau stands, a cycling with Francesco Moser, a national wine-show such as Vinart, or the always appreciated Grape Festival and the “Open Wine-Cellars” events, a good chance to learn about the wine production in the cellars.
The Maso Pomarolli farm stands in the heart of the Cembra valley, in the very middle of the Trentino region, at just one kilometre away from the village Palù di Giovo, famous place of birth of champions of Italian cycling such as the Moser brothers and Gilberto Simoni.
The farm stands on a natural terrace on the right bank of the valley, just fifteen kilometres away from Trento. In such a strategic location, immersed in the charming Alpine landscape, it enjoys all the beauty and features of the Dolomiti mountain range area.
Among the terraced vineyards that produce the Muller-Thurgau wine, there are countless paths that cross fields and conifer woods, towards the characteristic mountain lakes; then they go down to the plain, along the bed of the Avisio stream, close to its outlet into the Adige river.
Not faraway are located the famous Segonzano Pyramids, a real masterpiece of the nature itself. Their origin comes from the erosion of the rain, throughout the millenniums. Their slim shapes lit by the sunset light offer an amazing and unforgettable view, thanks to the characteristic colour of pastel pink (the Enrosadira) that made this valleys famous; the sunset rays give this amazing colour to the impressive rocks of the Dolomiti mountains that surround, not faraway, these valleys.