Santa Margherita, Ca’ del Bosco, Mesa, Lamole di Lamole, Kettmeir...
Lands of taste…
Veneto, Santa Margherita, Torresella, Refrontolo
Trentino Alto Adige, Santa Margherita Kettmeir
Lombardy, Ca’ del Bosco, Cà Maiol
Tuscany, Lamole di Lamole, Tenuta Sassoregale, Vistarenni
Sicily & Sardinia, Terrelíade, Cantina Mesa
Notes from the Group:
Santa Margherita, Torresella, Kettmeir, Ca’ del Bosco, Cà Maiol, Lamole di Lamole, Tenuta Sassoregale, Vistarenni, Terrelíade and Cantina Mesa: each of our ten wineries forms a precious piece of our wine mosaic. This mosaic represents the indissoluble love that bonds people, lands, and wines, bearing witness to human labour, respect for the land, and homage to the unique features of each area. We focus on native grape varieties and on producing a captivating range of wines, each of which perfectly expresses the subtleties and special aspects of the best Italian terroirs.
A place where sea and sky form on its own a font of light, where vines grow on hillsides spoiled by a gentle nature, soothed by the sun and touched by a wind infused with the scents of the sea and the Mediterranean. The story of a land with a philosophy of hard labour, but also love and commitment, a strong sentiment that harks back to an antique art and tradition.
Ca’ del Bosco
The best of Franciacorta.
Ca’ del Bosco is a major Italian brand of sparkling wine, and the top producer of Franciacorta D.O.C.G., Italy’s leading metodo classico wine. The first vineyard was planted by the Zanella family in 1968, on only five acres of land on top of a hill, with the dream of producing wine on par with the most prestigious Champagnes. The first glass of Ca’ del Bosco was poured following the 1976 harvest, and since then the winery has never looked back. Many milestones have been reached and surpassed: the construction of an underground cellar, launching new gravity conveyors for moving and pressing the grapes, the innovative “zero oxygen” bottling and disgorging systems, along the adoption of increasingly eco-friendly farming methods. Indeed, Ca’ del Bosco now creates some of Italy’s most renowned and popular wines.