The church was beautifully constructed to resemble the one he had attended in Asti growing up in northern Italy.The church is an architectural gem, with its California Mission style, elegant bell tower, and beautiful rose gardens. Among the rose gardens and landscapes are lovely statues of Our Lady as memorials. Mrs. Lorraine Turner and the...more
Presented by the Ontario Airport Towers the plaques reads:Standing here in 1905, you would see the Main House to the south. The Main House was built by the Italian Vineyard Company to conduct stockholders meetings and entertain important guests. The Guasti family used the house when they were visiting from Los Angeles. Mr. Signorio's son, Alfred,...more
Presented by the Ontario Airport Towers the plaque reads:Standing here in the early 1900's, you would see the Guasti Mansion to the south. As the vineyards and wine making facilities expanded and the village grew in importance, Secondo Guasti deemed it necessary to have a showplace home and office at the village in which to entertain guests and...more
Presented by the Ontario Airport Towers the plaque reads:This photo from the 1990's shows Guasti Market after it was closed. Located on the corner of "A" Street (now Old Guasti Road) and Turner Avenue, the grocery store serviced local workers who rented the clapboard houses. Grocery clerks were paid $50.00 per month, and worked ten hour days, seven...more
Presented by the Ontario Airport Towers the plaque reads:Standing here in 1926, you would see San Secondo D'Asti Church to the south. Built in 1926, the church was reminiscent of the 17th century structure Secondo Guasti attended as a young boy in Italy. The church featured thick walls, a hand carved pulpit, an alter made of Italian marble, and a...more
Presented by the Ontario Airport Towers the plaque reads:Standing here in 1904, you would see the Guasti Stone Cellar to the southeast. The cellar was built of granite stone. This stone was all brought down to the valley from the foothills in Alt Loma-a distance of some twelve to fourteen miles. The building was 450 feet long, and the walls were...more
It's located at the Guasti Villa and you can go there for lunch and dinner and also buy some bakery items.
Saffron catering is also a good choice for events. They took care of our menu for my wedding and did a good job.
There's an event at the Guasti Villa called "Saffron Nights". They will have performances, bands playing etc.