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A gastronomic journey and exquisite lodgings among the rarefied vines of Mazzorbo

Photo: Mattia Mionetto
Photo: Mattia Mionetto
Photo: Mattia Mionetto
Photo: Francesco Galifi

With just 100 inhabitants, the isle of Mazzorbo presents a picturesque vision of rustic Venetian lagoon life. Home to a vineyard whose vines rise constantly to battle the threat of salt water and limited space, a most exclusive and extraordinary culinary experience can be had. And, since the summer of 2016, so too can an extraordinary hospitality experience be had. Originally housing a handful of suites, this grew to 21 in total with the addition of 13 picturesque suites across a footbridge on the neighbouring isle of Burano. Crafted from Venice’s finest materials and furnished by the lagoon-city’s distinguished ateliers, the accommodations provide the ideal space to slumber after enjoying the wine-growing resort’s wares, for it is here that the Bisol family grows Dorona grapes, a rare varietal with roots dating back to the era of Venice’s doges. Producing precious few bottles of this rare wine, which is only available at the family’s Michelin-starred restaurant, a unique gastronomic experience is guaranteed.


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