The building, significant for art and history, is the residence of Lodron since 1456. In the second half of the sixteenth century, work began on the building incorporating the existing buildings.
An inscription above the entrance portal indicates that it was built on pre-existing buildings at the behest of Count Nicoló Lodron in 1593. Subsequently, some external works were no longer carried out.
The building is arranged on three sides: a long central body and two wings. The central body is defended towards the valley by a wall with towers at the corners. The south wing has hosted the “Relais Palazzo Lodron” since 2010. while the north wing is the seat of the winery.
Access is between two towers with nibs and slits. After passing the south door that leads into the courtyard of the building, you are immersed in the greenery with its cherry trees. Towards the mountain, a wa