in Zona Artigianale Dolina (Artisanal Area Dolina)
at the Parovel OIL MILL
Mon - Fri 8:00-13:00 / 13:30-16:30
It is open all year round, from Monday to Friday for individuals and companies who want to buy our range of products.
Here you will find our EVO oils Mackè Parovel, the Parovel Chef Collection EVO oils Ul'ka, RoZò, Petka, the cru wines Barde DOC Carso Kras, the Mackè Terroir IGT Venezia Giulia and also our special products: the sparkling wine Visavì Barde and the Olive Liqueur Amaro E2P.
We create for you customized gift boxes and even original wedding favors.
Visit us at our headquarter and oil mill or call us at +39 346-7590953 for every curiosity.
Loc. Zona Artigianale Dolina, 546 (at the foot of the village of San Dorligo della Valle - Dolina)
San Dorligo della Valle - Dolina, Trieste - Italia
tel. +39 040227050 | +39 3467590953
from May to October every
Thursday and Friday> 17:00 - 21:00
Saturday> 10:00 - 15:00
info: +39 3467590953
from Trieste: by car (15 min) / by bus lines 40, 41 (35 min) www.triestetrasporti.it
At each appointment our shop corner will also be open for your purchases.
A plaid blanket, a glass of wine, archive vintages, refined appetizers to match and savor in the cellar, among the rows of vines or on the banks of the Rosandra river.
Open Parovel is waiting for you every week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday for an unusual wine tasting.
Moments of meditation or chatter, romantic or carefree, but always in the name of good living.
Live your experience, simple and different!
This opening formula of our winery gives you the opportunity to taste all the Barde wines and extra virgin olive oils by Parovel with tasty gastronomic matches, as an aperitif or light meal, with products from the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. Where and how to taste them ..the choice is yours!
We will be happy to take you to our underground barriquerie, to reveal the secrets of the wine trade and guide you through the long history of the Parovel family, winemakers and olive growers who have always been passionate custodians of the territory, from the Carso to Istria, passing through Val Rosandra.