Villa Romano-Rodaro, thanks to its classical design, offers its visitors a prestigious and a very warm welcome. The Rodaro family bought Villa Romano in 2002 from the Countess Elisabetta Bertoli Romano (Conte Antonio Romanos wife). Built in the 17th century, the well-preserved beauty of the Villa lies in its design, which draws much from the Venetian School, a style which the nobility of the time considered as highly desirable. The centrepiece of the Villas main facade is a beautiful outdoor staircase with two opposing flights, which lead up to a beautiful arched doorway, flanked on either side by stone pillars. On either side of this noble entrance there are two wonderful double-arched, mullioned windows, whose design both complement and enhance the character of the facade, divided as they are by a central stone pillar, on which the window shutters stand. Returning to ground level, and directly below these outstanding first floor windows, there are two corresponding rectangular doorways, both of which are framed by stone pillars and beams. Today these act as entrances to a meeting room and a small cellar, in which time continues to stand still. Meanwhile in the Villas cellar, resting in small oak barrels are RODAROs much celebrated evolutionary Red wines, those destined to carry the award winning label ROMAIN.