There is always something special about a family that is able to constantly remember its tradition and its culture, an idea of persistence and permanence. This is the sensation that our guests can breathe while visiting Comano Terme and its surroundings, places where Bleggi’s Family left a recognizable footprint during time.
An estate, indissolubly bounded to the Locanda by the philosophy that drives the owners, opens its ancient gates allowing its guests to dive into the beauty of the territory and the characteristic food and wine culture of Trentino.
The farming business Azienda Agricola dott. Carlo Bleggi, with its vast properties cultivated with typical high quality products, with its attention to biological agriculture and development of a continuously more sustainable production and with its essential and still alive generational tradition, wants to share with its visitors that passion for the territory and for the gastronomy handed down within the family for years.
A framework of delightful landscapes that reveal itself to whoever walks or bikes through its paths and a concert of traditional flavors and tastes told through tasting within the lines of the estate: here lies the connection between the farming business and the inn.
A link that has its roots in Bleggi’s Family. A family that wants to bring the memory of its past and the constant push toward innovation, bases of the Azienda Agricola dott. Carlo Bleggi, in the recently resumed management of Locanda Antica Italia, aiming at creating a new tradition with its clients. A harmony that goes beyond the simple philosophy: our guests will have the possibility to experience a customized vacation within the borders of a family tradition, to live the typical activities of a holiday in the valleys of Trentino under the light of a seven-generation-long past.
Established in 1680, the farming business Azienda Agricola Carlo Bleggi is one of the most long-lived of the region. Recognized as a symbol of quality for its excellent agricultural production, the business was subject to important changes through time in order to institute the diversified modern production.
As regard as the winemaking area a division between two principal estates is needed: Bleggio estate, characterized by mountain vineyards such as Kerner, Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay, and Cavalpea estate, overlooking the lake of Cavedine, specialized in native varieties such as Niosola and Lagrein.
The remaining part of the production is composed by the walnut of Bleggio, a particular local kind protected by Slowfood, the apples, currently converting in biological production, the mountains potatos, completed sustainably grown that provides varieties such as Kennebeck and Cicero, and eventually the Marano mais, base for the Storo polenta.