Viesi Carlo Farm – Viess Beer

Flours, chestnuts and beers from Monte Baldo

Viess is a winery, a zootechnical company and a producer of Castione chestnuts, various types of cereals for flour and craft beer, with crops of vegetables and hops, all coming exclusively from Monte Baldo.

An organic farm careful to the enhancement of raw materials and products of the territory, first of all the Marrone di Castione, a precious variety of chestnut present in the homonymous village in the heart of the Monte Baldo Natural Park, which differs for its unmistakable flavor and quality.

Since 2016, the organic farm has also been dedicated to the cultivation of domesticated hops from Monte Baldo and also international varieties for the production of various types of craft beer in collaboration with the “Maso Alto” brewery in Lavis, such as the special beer with Marroni di Castione, beer with chestnut honey, beer with Moscato or Gew├╝rztraminer must, one with malt from ancient grains and another one with bergamot and hops from Baldo.

With the start of beer production, to complete the supply chain, the cultivation of barley, spelled, wheat and oats for the production of flour was also immediately activated, combined with the breeding of goats and cattle.

Castione, surrounded by its centuries-old chestnut groves, is an excellent destination for a nice walk in the open air, especially in autumn and spring. You can start your loop itinerary starting from the village church and, along the way, you will meet the company’s sales point with its tasting area where you can stop to taste all its organic products.

  • Products: Flours, jams, syrups, vegetables, beers and chestnuts
  • Shops: In Via S. Clemente 3 in Castione, open on reservation
  • Tastes: On reservation
  • Group visits: On reservation

Info and map

Viesi Carlo Farm - Viess Beer

Via S. Clemente, 14
38060 Castione di Brentonico (TN)

M: +39 328 3184242 (Carlo) / 349 6719958 (Stefano)


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The farm’s sales point is open upon reservation.

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