In 1849 he gave Giuseppe Garibaldi a hard time when the latter was at the head of 4,000 men on his way from the Roman Republic to conquer the Two Sicilies.
Marco Marocco, a producer of biodynamic wine, whose rows of vines run like the lines of a pentagram across the hills of Arce, has reinvigorated the palazzo.
He has done so with his characteristic verve, uniting the building’s historic noble grandeur with a contemporary style of simple lines. The maniacal attention to detail and the breathtaking views, combined with a cuisine that is deeply rooted in the area, gently embrace and cosset guests.
And our aim?
To let Palazzo Tronconi captivate our guests forever.