Casa Martini - Martini & Rossi

Casa Martini - Martini & Rossi

Casa Martini - Martini & Rossi
4.5
DistilleriesVisitor CentresSpeciality Museums
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
About
A warm welcome to Casa Martini, home to 150 years of Aperitivo history. Start exploring the secrets of Martini and visit the production plant! Learn the story of the founders Alessandro Martini and Luigi Rossi, explore the history of winemaking. Discover the secrets of the perfect Negroni or Americano or discover the art of blending the perfect Vermouth. Find out our range of inspiring experiences at Casa Martini and choose between the MARTINI DISCOVERY TOUR, visiting the production plant, the MARTINI COCKTAIL EXPERIENCE, becoming a bartender for one day, the VERMOUTH CLASS, making your own vermouth, and the MARTINI ULTIMATE EXPERIENCE, tasting and discovering all Martini products!
Duration: 1-2 hours
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Windchill-41
Edmonton, Alberta68 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
Why is this listed as Things to Do in Chieri?
We booked the PRIVILEGE TOUR, caught the 9:49 train Torino Porta Susa - Pessione, takes about 26 minutes and was 3,60euro. We had a bit of a wait once we arrived, checked out the bar and bakery down the road. The gift shop had a lot of expensive items and glass ware and bottles, nothing that a tourist flying with only carry-on could buy. Our tour was in Italian, it starts with a museum of artifacts from centuries of wine making through to current times. We continued through the production plant to a couple of spots (nothing was operating on the Saturday) and then back for samples. We had a little time before the 13:43 return trip, fortunately there is a cocktail bar after the sample room. The bar (Bar Osteria da Piera) across from the train station sells train tickets if you didn't buy the return. We were already fans of Martini & Rossi Rosso Vermouth and generally any beverage like Chinotto, Cinzano, Borsci San Marzano.
Written 7 May 2024
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jamesmarsden2023
7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
We arrived at Pessione station - Casa Martini was just across the road! It was a little deserted, but the staff were very friendly. We had an hour to tour the museum ourselves, which was just right and we learned a lot. After the hour, we got a lovely tour of the distillery from Andrea. As it was just the two of us, he made us feel very welcome and clearly had lots of passion for the company and its products. The tasting was brilliant and he was very informative and the cocktail at the end was well worth the extra fee! A real highlight of our few days in Turin. If you like Martini/vermouth/aperativo then do it!!
Written 5 April 2024
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Sharon A
Whistler, Canada40 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2023 • Solo
I hadn't planned on visiting but the hotel staff recommended it. So much fun! I'd go again. Plan in advance as it sells out.
Written 12 October 2023
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Hi dear, we are a museum not a hotel. Come and visit us! Best regards, Casa Martini
Written 4 December 2023
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Paul M C
11 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023
The True Home of Martini (& Rossi: the producers of many drinks you may not know).

The staff are very professional, friendly, informative. The place is beautifully laid out - Italian design, just enough information and exhibits, a nice cocktail bar, other experiences available - mix your own bottle VERMOUTH CLASS 35€, etc.
But... don't expect a big warm Italian MARTINI welcome - an emotional experience.
Our discovery tour of the very quiet historic area of the factory and tasting were rushed.
We travelled far to be there, and it didn't feel personal at all. The hurried explanations of the history, products and processes in English + Italian (a mixed group) meant our guide had no time for us, rush, rush, rush. The Cocktail barman, was the same - speedily cleaning the tables and preparing for the next tour group tasting (the tasting three types of product was very nice but rushed). People are not machines, you can’t just speed them up with stressing them.

Dear MARTINI,
Give your staff more time to be personable, to give us that warm Italy welcome we all love. They were so squeezed for time during our visit, that their stress rubbed off on us - we needed a drink at the end of the tour to calm down.
Slow it down - your visitors time to relax, talk with your wonderful guides, staff and bar tenders - a real Italian Martini experience. It felt like I was on a production line: the next group is arriving, faster, faster!!!

A big thank you too!!!
As it was my in-laws 50 wedding anniversary, Martini gave them a very decorative classic Martini calendar, timeless rotating dates, a nice gift. It was a very nice touch and very appreciated!!!

Love from your adoring Lyon and Vichy fans.
Written 21 April 2023
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prakashY1517BG
Geneva, Switzerland8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023
Was always excited to visit the birthplace of Martini. Went by chance for a friend's birthday party recently. Although it was a private event, food was great, drinks (cocktails) were sublime, service impeccable and the ambiance...words won't do it justice. Chieri isn't really the most visited area in this part of Italy, but if you do happen to be in Torino, a stopover here is a must, especially if you're a Martini & Rossi fan.
Written 9 February 2023
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NaomiM27
Eindhoven, The Netherlands21 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We did the discovery tour and it was really nice. The museum is interesting and during the tour the information in the museum really comes to live. We had a very knowledgeable and friendly guide during the tour and tasting. Overall it was a very nice experience.
Written 2 July 2022
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rlk2013
Kerry, Ireland117 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022 • Couples
I cannot praise this experience enough; thank you Martina, Matilde and Nino for making the day for us. The tour started with a walk around the museum followed by the discovery tour and rounded off with the tasting and good pairing. The tasting was an eye opener and I’m now a convert to Martini.
From Turin catch the train from Porta Susa to Pessione (it cost €3.20 each way) and Casa Martini is right across the street. Fantastic day, thanks to all the staff
Written 9 June 2022
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pidizu
Padua, Italy12 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2021 • Couples
The welcoming approach impressed the 2 of us...the richness in remains from the past such as old giblets, gasks and wine pressed exquisitely preserved over time.
The tasting of 3 different martini drinks and the final cocktail exceeded our expectations and made our day! Highly recommended
Written 13 August 2021
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Fionacko
Bagshot, UK27 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020 • Couples
Saw this from a unusual things to do in Turin website and I’m glad I did..I believe that they have recently changed their tour.The entry signs could be better I ended up in their offices initially but was re directed to the museum.The museum reception was very good, a brief explanation of the tour we had booked where to go etc....
However we did not enter the self guided tour in the incorrect place, so it would have been great if they had pointed out that the start of the tour was via wooden doors near the terrace.
The self guided tour was good especially when it was in cinque with the audio guide.Loved the tour with the guide who was very knowledgeable, more access to the production areas would have been great.
Would have liked to have had a bar/cafe nothing at all was very disappointing.I realised that they are also selling their tours with taster/cocktail classes so it would be a conflict of interest I suppose.
The tasters were great by the way.
Do try their tours.
Written 2 October 2020
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RoyalBelgium
Ghent, Belgium36 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2020 • Couples
As fans of the Martini brand, we had to visit the the Holy Seat of our beloved drinks. We understood that the tour had just been renovated, which now also includes a look behind the scenes of the factory. The first part of the tour is a well worked out museum which tells you the history of the Martini brand, how the products are made, its car history and even gives you the opportunity to ask a digital bartender for recipes. The second part was a great initiation in the behind the scenes of the factory where the production of the whole global market (except for part of South America) still takes place. As cherry on top, you’ll end with a tasting of different Martini products and end your journey with a cocktail in a beautifully designed bar. This has been the perfect ending of our Italy trip and will surely remain one of the highlights.
Written 11 September 2020
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