Its design and construction were entrusted to the talented architect Vincenzo Pellesina (1637-1700). Mindful of Palladio's lesson, the Veronese architect completed the work at the height of his maturity, underlining the stylistic transition between the decline of the Baroque and the emerging Neoclassical style.
At the rear of the Villa, in the original "brolo" (fruit and vegetable garden), the Parco Giardino Sigurtà stretches over about 50 hectares. The property was purchased in the 1940s by Count Carlo Sigurtà and transformed, after years of passionate work, into one of the most beautiful botanical and landscape gardens in Europe.
Since 2020 the palace has been open for visits, with itineraries through the villa and the magical private garden of about 3 hectares, offering a place full of history, beauty and poetry where you can raise your glasses and spend special moments in company in one of the most exclusive locations in Valeggio.
The visits and wine tastings, organised by the Onofria Winery which also belongs to the family, will be scrupulously compliant, in terms of timing and procedures, to all the security measures established during and after the Covid19 health emergency. The opening of the Villa to the public also allows ceremonial events and meetings to be organisedat independent and compatible times and dates, once availability has been confirmed.