Supeluse 1, Pärnu
+372 518 3158
Mamm&Frukt is an urban winery in the Summer Capital established in 2015. The production is in a small garage-type building in Raeküla and degustation room in a rustic historical villa on Pärnu beach. We wish to enrich the drink menus of Estonians and why not the whole world. We honour traditions but find that as Estonia is a very young wine country, testing out flavours, experimentation and playfulness is only natural. We also follow the no-waste principle which means that all that is not bottled as wine is made into vinegar or distilled.
There are two workshops to choose from:
New age wine in an historical building (May to September)
Address: Supeluse 1, Pärnu
When the official part of the seminar or conference is over and you wish to relax or you are looking for an inspiring environment for group work / brainstorming, then Mamm&Frukt wine room welcomes you.
You may expect a delicious, educational and entertaining tasting of Estonian wines, in the course of which you can taste 5 to 7 different berry wines and drinks. We will discuss production methods, history, appreciating berry wines and the Estonian wine culture in general. The tasting will take place at the rustic Oliver villa that is over 140 years old and has a long and interesting history. This is the true pearl of the Pärnu coastline. There is nothing ordinary here. There are original paintings on the ceiling, at least 5 layers of wallpaper on the walls – each of them tells its own story.
- The tastings take place in Estonian and English. Also, in simpler Russian.
- Number of participants: 5 to 10 people recommended. We will come up with tailored solutions for hosting bigger groups.
Visiting the winemaker (all year round)
Address: Käbi 13, Pärnu
When the official part of the seminar or conference has been completed and you want to relax a bit, you are welcome to visit the Mamm&Frukt winemaker.
Mamm&Frukt is an urban winery in the Summer Capital established in 2015. The production takes place in a nice small garage-type building next to the winemaker Tom’s home in Raeküla. There are no signs outside that would give away that this is a wine-kitchen – but those who know that it is there, also know that this is the place where the best berry wines of the Summer Capital are made. Often it is very crowded as the 50 m2 production room is filled with containers. However smaller groups are always welcome. The winemaker will tell you about the production and how the family company was founded – of course you will also get to taste the wines. If the visit happens to be during a simpler stage in production such as bottling, the visitors can also help.
- The winemaker speaks in Estonia and also simpler Russian, if necessary. Daughter Helen hosts English-speaking groups.