Let’s discover Custoza wine…



North-eastern Italy, between Verona and the Lake of Garda in an area characterized by small morainic hills and a moderate climate, due to the vicinity of the largest lake in Italy.
This small piece of land, amounting to less than 1,000 hectares, is where we cultivate the grapes for our Custoza, a blend of different varieties which makes this wine absolutely unique. The 5 main varieties composing the Custoza are: Tocai Friulano, Trebbiano Toscano, Garganega, Cortese and Manzoni hybrids.

The result is a straw-yellow wine with golden hues, fruity-tasting, delicately floral and slightly aromatic, with a soft and pleasantly persistent flavour.

Morenic Soil

A perfect balance between gravelly debris of glacial origin and a clay matrix surrounding the debris

The Vineyards

Trebbiano Toscano
Tocai Friulano
Manzoni Bianco

The Landscape

Small morainic hills, with altitudes between 50 and 150 meters, south-east of the lake of Garda with vines cultivated according to the Guyot and Veronese pergola systems.

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