In the 1300s, a period of economic and social prosperity for Bibbona, the construction of the Windmill was commissioned to an Andalusian community present in the area. It was integrated into the network of water mills to ensure production even during droughts.
After a long period of disuse, the windmill underwent careful restoration due to the uniqueness of its architectural structure and has now become a place of excellence. Today, it serves as a venue where one can savor the products of the estate:
including the tasting of Red Gardini wine, organic oil, blonde beer fermented from ancient Senator Cappelli wheat, and honey from the fields around the windmill. These delights are complemented with bread and focaccia made from ancient flours of the company, as well as local cured meats and cheeses from nearby producers.
Set in a magical context where the gaze turns into contemplation and the experience becomes a memory of an iconic, unique, and suggestive place.