The Rosso Graspa Museum on the ground floor of the Castello di Levizzano opens to the public.
Rosso Graspa is a museum dedicated to the history and culture of the Castelvetro area and its excellent product: Lambrusco Grasparossa.
Inside, the history of the rural society between the two wars is reconstructed through numerous testimonies of life in the fields: daily and work tools, drawings and an extraordinary photographic documentation, by the photographer Giuseppe Simonini, illustrating the life and practices of peasant society.
In addition, some characters come to life and, through their stories, guide the narration that develops over three processing cycles (Via dell’uva, Via della terra, Via del legno) and in Stations for further study. The engaging atmosphere is made even more exciting by the presence of sound carpets that take us back in time with the voices and sounds of the past.
Saturday and Sunday from 2.30 pm to 7.00 pm
Tickets and admission
Free entrance, but it's necessary to book in advance.