An eighteenth-century historical house, immersed in the vineyards of the Oltrepò Pavese, a building with a spectacular exterior and refined and elegant interiors, surrounded by a park with old trees and an Italian garden.
The Antica Tenuta Pegazzera, in Casteggio, is one of the best examples of “Lombard villa”, built between 1703 and 1718 by the Almo Collegio Borromeo of Pavia, includes a park with ancient trees and a chapel dedicated to San Carlo Borromeo.
A courtyard for outdoor receptions, a large sheltered portico, three frescoed dining rooms in style that can accommodate up to 150 people make it the perfect location to celebrate any time of the year.
The elegant terrace, remaining in the building, can be used for an aperitif, while the swimming pool, located at the end of the park with a magnificent view of the hills, becomes the romantic setting for cutting the cake.
Moreover, it is possible to celebrate weddings with a civil ceremony within the estate.
The Wedding Guide 2018