The Cadore Winery
The Patrizia Cadore Winery is located in Pozzolengo ( Brescia) near Lake Garda. It stretches for a total surface of 20 acres, 19,50 of which entirely dedicated to the vines; the main vine is the Turbiana vine, typical of this area south-east of Lake Garda from which Lugana wine is produced, other vines are: Tuchì vine for San Martino della Battaglia, Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet and Marzemino vines.
The production capacity is 70,000 bottles per year.
The History of the Cadore Winery
The Cadore Winery is extremely proud of its origins which go back to the beginning of the 19th century when the family produced the Torcolato wine with vespaiola grapes in Mason Vicentino in the province of Vicenza. The property they owned at the time is the ancient and magnificent “Monastero di San Biagio” adjacent to their
The wine tasting room
Winery visits and wine tasting with appetizers and local specialties can be organized upon request under the terrace.
Small receptions can be set up among the vines or under the stunning terrace overlooking the countryside, the Garda Lake hills, the picturesque town of Pozzolengo and its beautiful Castle.