Palazzo of the Counts of San Bonifacio (13th cent.)

This house was built in the 13th century, and sits between Via Adolfo Mattielli and Corte Pittora.  The ground floor presents strong vaulted structures with a Romanesque feel.  In addition to the beauty and simplicity of the façade, the building is particularly important due to its large underground wine cellars, which were restored in the 1990s and within which is a tunnel.  A legend says that it is the entrance to a passageway that leads directly inside the castle.
A thank you to Arturo Stocchetti for his willingness to open his home.