The receptivity in Masseria
Amastuola farm is being refurbished and will soon be an agricultural tourism centre accessible by the public. The conservative style of restoration being used on the main body of the farm will respect the use of traditional materials. Within the building there will be, two tasting rooms, a cellar, a library and a restaurant where it will be possible to enjoy the taste of Amastuola’s organic wines with a number of Puglia’s more traditional dishes. Inside the ancient church, a small ‘Magna Graecia’ museum where artifacts from the "Guarini" collection, owned by the KIKAU group for several years, will be on display. Inside the old stables, a conference room for events and business meetings will be built. There will be 19 reception rooms built in part on the first floor of the main building of the farm, and the rest on the ground floor in an area originally used as a sheep pen. Extreme care and attention to detail has been exercised in order to give to the vineyard a structure destined to become, in tourism and culture terms, a point of reference in Puglia, and give the visitors to the vineyard, the possibility to enjoy the unique magic of Amastuola.