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Once repeated Count seat in unique location right on the lake and on own small private harbor at Lazise. Simple apartments for a relaxing holiday.
With its unique location directly on the shore of Lake Garda, the erstwhile seat Count La Bagatta offers a unique setting. With its unique location right on the lake and the magnificent views of the lake and mountains, the winery Villa La Bagatta offers a unique ambience. Private beach and direct access to the lake form the active contrast to the extensive parkland with mature trees surrounding the majestic vinery. Apartments of different category are perfect for self-catering families with children. An older tennis court, as well as plenty of open area with couches, chairs and barbecue are available for free use of our guests. For water lovers and boat owners: in our small marina are often berths for motor boats available. Call us!
At the beginning of the last century Angelo Vantini started growing robust and selected vines on the grounds around his manor house. Right in the middle of the classical wine-growing region of Valpolicella he laid the foundation for a family enterprise which even today is still going strong.
Already in its third generation this enterprise which is rich in tradition is under the management of a member of the family, Luigi Vantini, the founder’s grandson.
Those who want to learn about the world famous Valpolicella wines have come to the right place as this wine-growing estate produces well-known quality wines.
Adjoining the rural manor house, but housed underground you can visit the beautiful, recently expanded cellar.
Valpolicella , Ripasso, Amarone, Recioto, vino frizzante, Custoza, Bardolino, Rosé Chiaretto
We are a few steps away from Lake Garda, whose waters surround our land via the Rio Sermana, from which the village takes its name.
The micro-climate is unique and inimitable, essential for our wine.
The company’s history in the brand: Sermana is a town shaped by a small creek and the native guinea fowl, which traditionally bred among the vineyards.

Nowadays young vines are grown with the same dedication, commitment and sacrifice. Modern agricultural practices are complimented by an unquestionable respect for tradition and nature.

Our wine expresses all of its best features, offering the consumer a wonderful experience of rich flavor and colour…

...this is the true meaning of Lugana’s story!

The production aims to respect the purity of the Lugana wine by the amazing winemaking potential, indelibly marked by the ground that gives birth, great flavor and texture: his frankness is rich in aromas and flavors that capture intensity and character .
Our products are lugana doc “Cromalgo”, the sparkling wine Brut “Le Palafitte”, the passito wine “Il Canneto” and the grappa of Lugana.
The products:
LE PALAFITTE Lugana Spumante Brut IGT
IL CANNETO Lugana Passito Bianco IGT (dolce)
GRAPPA di Lugana
To complete the range, Bardolino and Bardolino Chiaretto, which are originated from Corvina and Rondinella grapes, whose vineyards are managed with the same criteria to ensure extreme typicity.
The Armani’s vine-growing in the Valdadige for over 400 years.
In Dolcè is our historic estate where there are winery, barrel room, a laboratory and a large tasting room that overlooks Mount Baldo, the Lessini and the expanse of vineyards embraced by the surrounding forest.
And here that we take care of the recovery and preservation of ancient varieties in danger of extinction such as the Foja Tonda, wine symbol of the biodiversity that makes this valley special.
For tasting are available the wines of Valpolicella, Trentino and Friuli, where our family is owning wineries and vineyards.
Valdadige Veronese
Pinot Grigio Doc Valdadige “Corvara”
Foja Tonda Doc Casetta Terradeiforti Valdadige
Valdadige Trentina
Marzemino Doc Trentino
Schiava Rosato Igt Vallagarina
Valpolicella Superiore Doc
Valpolicella Ripasso Doc
Amarone della Valpolicella Doc
Prosecco Doc
Friulano Friuli Grave Doc
Refosco dal peduncolo Rosso Friuli Grave Doc
Marca Trevigiana – Vini biologici
Prosecco Doc “Colfòndo”
Vino Bianco Igt delle Venezie
Vino Rosso Igt delle Venezie

Option 1: wine tasting of the agreed sorts and possibility to purchase at our wine shop
Option 2: guided winetour through the vineyards and the winery, wine tasting of the agreed sorts and possibility to purchase at our wine shop
HOW TO REACH US: A22 exit VR Nord; highway direction Trento then SS 12 in direction Dolcé; after Dolcé follow the signs.
Mr Antonio Bennati was born in the year 1870 in Cazzano di Tramigna, a few kilometres from the celebrated town of Soave near Verona. At the end of the 19th century Mr Antonio began to produce and sell wine, above all locally, with the famous straw flasks. Antonio was also nicknamed “Toni Recioto” from the homonym Verona sweet straw wine, as the winemaking of the more renowned Amarone had not been discovered yet. It was in 1920 that his son Annibale Bennati registered the company with the name Cantine Bennati (Bennati Wineries).
The purchase of some hectares north of Cazzano took place in those years. This area was already denominated in topographic maps of that time “Cornalè”, which is a current range of wines of the Bennati family. After the second world war, with the entry in the company of the young sons Ezio and Aldo, the winemaking expanded reaching all the most important varieties of Verona wines.
Founded in 1936, the Cesari became soon to be a synonym for Veronese wines in the world.
Already in the seventies, in fact, Cesari’s Amarone Valpolicella is among the first to reach five continents, thanks to the business spirit of Franco Cesari.
Cesari’s wines began so their success story in the world.
Today Cesari takes further objectives: listen to the market to offer “modern” wines by respecting the traditions, and produce in a sustainable way for the environment with guarantees for the consumer, thanks to the certification of production processes.
A company that’s evolving, but without forgetting its own history.
We produce the following types:
Amarone della Valpolicella, Ripasso, Recioto, Valpolicella Classico, Lugana, Bardolino Classico Chiaretto Bardolino, Soave.
Our farm is located in a small and beautiful valley in the classical and historical Valpolicella.
Our farm, which extends over an area of 14 hectares, can be seen from the square of the famous little village of S.Giorgio Ingannapoltron, known worldwide for its beautiful old church, the cloister and the archaeological excavations.
The farm is named after the grandfather of the current owners Carlo and Mario.
The vineyards are planted with integrated systems (minimum use of chemicals). Pruning and harvesting are done by hand. In the winery producing wine with grapes from our vineyards in the traditional manner but with little modern equipment, with minimal use of chemical additives.
We sell the wine to many customers, both regular and occasional (we have loyal customers for 30 years).

The farm is strongly suited to the reception of tourists and enthusiasts. We adhere to the Wine Route and the Wine Tourism Movement (Certificate Tourist Accommodation). We are reported on the Loonely Planets guide.
In our family there is always somebody available to receive clients and visitors, and to guide you through our production and aging cellars and our vineyards. An advise is appreciated.
Payment by credit card and cash.
The Tenuta San Leone extends over 60 hectares of vineyards, from the banks of the river Mincio in Salionze up to the moraine hills of Custoza in the province of Verona.
The area is rich in history, where the river is the main theme of the findings, which lead us to villages from the Bronze Age (1300 BC), the Gallic necropolis and to the Romans.
Trading route in the Middle Ages, was a much coveted territory, and the scene of many battles. The rule passed through the family Scaligera, the Visconti, and then in 1405 to Venice. Later took the historic confrontations between the French and Austrians in the Risorgimento place, which culminated in the Battle of Custoza in 1866. After that, Valeggio and the Veneto region were enclosed to Italy.
The designations of origin Bardolino and Bianco di Custoza are the heart of the production with more than two-thirds of the vineyards. In order to complete, small productions of international varieties are performed.
In 2005 a new winery was opened in Salionze where the grapes of the Tenuta San Leone are vinified with the greatest consideration for their quality. The winery was designed so that it can be visited every day of the year. There is a path for the visitors, so that they can track all phases of work in safety, thanks to the establishment of a catwalk above the vinification and bottling rooms.
At guests’ disposal there is the Agriturismo San Leone which is overlooking the vineyards of the company. Each room (ten at all) is decorated with wooden furniture and comfortable wrought iron beds, and also equipped with private bathroom, air conditioning, minibar and TV. Some rooms have a small kitchenette. The price of the room includes breakfast and free use of bicycles.
Here the greeting is very warm and the holiday is crowned by quiet rhythm, biking, and trips to Lake Garda surrounding.
A prestigious villa built in 1560 by the architect Andrea Palladio, with an important winemaking tradition and a family that is passionate interpreter: the Begnoni Family.
The winery is based in Pedemonte in Valpolicella Classica, north of Verona.
Red wines of Santa Sofia are harmonious and well structured, they arise from the ability and the long experience of the Begnoni family. The company’s style is characterized by long aging of the wines in oak barrels and bottles. The drying of the grapes in the loft for the Recioto della Valpolicella and Amarone lasts at least 100 days.
Santa Sofia winery opens its doors for wine tasting to discover the most ancient tradition of Valpolicella, the local culture, charm and history.
[b]Masi[/b]’s historic headquarters is located in the heart of the Valpolicella Classica, a territory that extends over the hills between Lake Garda and Verona.
Masi is a recognized leader in the production of Amarone, which stands out from other great wines not only because of its use of grape varieties typical of this area of the Venetian region, but above all because it is produced with dried grapes. The ancient Appassimento drying technique consists in letting the grapes rest on bamboo racks during the winter months to concentrate aromas and flavours in the wine. This unique process takes place in the fruttaio or drying room which is the first stage of the guided tour. Later guests descend into the large cellars dedicated to ageing in wooden barrels, then into the modern experimental cellar, where the Masi Technical Group tests the most innovative winemaking systems in collaboration with international research institutions.
The tour continues in the [b]Serego Alighieri Estate[/b] which was purchased by Pietro Alighieri, son of Dante, in the distant 1353 this enchanting estate lodged in the hills of Valpolicella was bought by Dante’s son, Pietro Alighieri, in far-off 1353, and had already made a name for the excellence of its vineyards then.At the beginning, the house was more like a large farmhouse than a villa, but from the mid-1500s it was gradually transformed into today’s magnificent mansion, where the poet’s descendants, now in their twenty-first generation, still reside. Today, the property shows visitors the soul of Valpolicella and its historical memories. In the cellars, cherry-wood barrels are still used according to ancient tradition, alongside the more usual oak barrels, and still appreciated today for the exquisite aromas they give to the wine. In addition to visiting the winery and the historic fruttaio drying rooms, guests can also discover the complete range of Serego Alighieri and Masi wines at the Wine Shop, taste them and find how best to match them with typical local dishes. The product of the skilful restoration of the Villa’s ancient farm buildings, the Foresteria has eight apartments decorated in elegant country-manor style where guests are surrounded by vineyards and nature. Breakfast is ample, served in the garden overlooking the Villa’s grounds, and includes jams made from estate produce.
It is always a pleasure to take a stroll in the park, with its shaded corners providing the most popular spots, its majestic trees and paths that wind through meadows and vineyards. Stays on the property can be even more active, since the Foresteria includes a fully equipped Cooking School and bright rooms for conferences, as well as spaces for smart receptions.
The winery was founded in 1912 and is since then a family run winery in the south of Lake Garda. As a producer concentrated on Lugana wines, Fraccaroli winery is celebrating its onehundred’s anniversary.

We can host groups up to 50-60 persons.

Prices per bottle are approx. between € 5,50 and € 18,50.
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Surrounded by olive trees, cherry trees and vines in Marciaga di Costermano sul Garda, the family-run property has 5 Mobil Homes and 10 exclusive pitches with private bathrooms.

Services include: a salt-purified swimming pool, equipped sun terrace and camper service.
The Agriturismo-Restaurant opened in 2014 offers typical dishes of the area with genuine ingredients at km0.
In the Agri-Shop it is also possible to buy the products of its own production: DOC wine, DOP extra virgin olive oil and related products.

Animals are not allowed.

Garda Natura is synonymous with a relax, green and sustainable holiday thanks to the use of renewable energy.
Ideal place for those who love long walks in the countryside, mountain biking, trekking and rock climbing.

Tradition. Family. The bond with the land. These are the distinguishing features of Monte Santoccio.
By the family driven winery that extends to 3 acres in one of the most beautiful hills of the Valpolicella Classico, Monte Santoccio is located in Fumane. In Fumane the Ferrari family has its roots.
A story of work, love for the own land, concrete and full of passion, with one goal: quality.
The total control of the entire production process, from the vineyard to the glass, is the only path to make credible the own project of quality, nuanced, profound respect and love for the own land.
Family run wine estate with apartments and restaurant just a few minutes drive from Lazise in a very quiet area in the green hills.
Le Caldane: the estate is owned and personally managed by the Jucker family; located in the Lake Garda hinterland
and set amidst the morainal hills just 4 km from Lazise.
Apartments to rent in the farmhouse in a very quiet area.
"Caldane"the name of this locality is very ancient and derives from the thermal springs used to create a spa centre in recent decades.
The Estate Le Caldane has 36 hectares of land in the Classic Bardolino wine production area. More than one-third of the estate is grown with vineyards.
The history of our family has always been linked to the art of viticulture. We live in the heart of the classic zone, in San Pietro in Cariano, and taking care of the land is part of our daily lives, from childhood up to now. It’s a feeling transmitted by our father Angelo, who turned his passion to a fine enology. Since 1951 we are dedicated to the production of fine wines, and are weaving our personal journey with the history and peculiarities of Valpolicella. The name Nicolis tells the story of a family, in which everyone has a mission, that revolves around the land and the wine, and the care of the vineyards, cared with passion by Giancarlo, vinification fine and genuine, guaranteed by Giuseppe.

•Valpolicella DOC Classico Superiore
•SECCAL Valpolicella DOC Classico Superiore Ripasso
•TESTAL Rosso del Veronese IGT
•Amarone della Valpolicella DOC Classico
•AMBROSAN Amarone della Valpolicella DOC Classico
•Recioto della Valpolicella DOC Classico
Our estate “Coali” is located in a small village in the hills of “San Giorgio Ingannapoltron”, in the area knows as “Valpolicella”, in Verona province, north-east Italy. The art of viticulture is a richness that the Savoia family passed on for three generations, farming the family owned property: 30 acres of which 15 are dedicated to vineyards. We are a very small winery and we produce only 22.000 bottles in a year. Our family follow personally each phase during the production and sale of the wine. All the grapes come exclusively from our own vineyards with rigorous manual selection of clusters. In all phases we pay particular attention to enhance the typical characteristics of the grapes from our land: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara are grown and harvested with the greatest possible respect for the environment.
From 1906 to now the families Recchia have always had the vocation to make wine, as their land does. With our feet on the ground and gaze at the sky, the heart to the vineyard and the head to the wine, that will be.

Riccardo, Guido, Chiara and Enrico, Roberto, Elisa and Luca. Lovers of the vine. Of its culture but also its structure: a knowledge that has evolved over time, thanks to the study and monitoring of the soil, its composition and conformation, and a careful choice of the type of plant. Because the quality of a wine, here, is designed and built from the vineyard.
Wine&Food lovers feel at home at [b]Masi Tenuta Canova[/b], conveniently located on the outskirts of Lazise, in the hinterland of Lake Garda. Visitors admire not only the welcoming atmosphere and the quiet elegance of the interior and exterior spaces, but also the integrity of a cuisine that is seasonally based. The tour of the estate starts from the belvedere, with views that span the countryside from the vineyards to the hills of Valpolicella, and on up to the mountains. The drying room, or fruttaio, where the grapes are left to wither before pressing, is the next stop, followed by the maturation [b]cellars [/b]where the famous Campofiorin is left to age. A [b]Wine Shop[/b] with the complete range of Masi wines is located in the heart of the premises. It is also possible to taste and compare products from the various different Masi estates in the ‘[b]Vino e Cucina[/b]’ Wine Bar, where wines can be matched with food dishes inspired by local tradition.

In good weather, the attractions of Tenuta Canova are further enhanced by the chance to eat wonderful food outside, under the silvery branches of the olive trees. Suitable for families, groups of friends, and individuals too, there’s always a restrained buzz of conviviality to be found in the courtyard, while the versatile spaces of the cellars and the drying loft are able to host conferences and events. 
Moreover, in the [b]Wine Discovery Museum[/b] a multimedia tour takes visitors closer to the culture of ‘vines and wines’ through the history of the Boscaini family and Masi’s current activities in its various locations. The centre of the museum is a giant 50,000-litre wooden vat, 5 meters
high, where the phenomenon of fermentation is made real with images, perfumes and sounds captured live. Immersing oneself virtually in the purple magic of fermentation is an exciting and educational experience at the same time; enjoyable for the kids, too.
Canevel is located on a flattened hilltop surrounded by gentle rows of Glera grapes, the variety used for making Prosecco. As a winery it’s unusual for the Valdobbiadene area, where grape growing and winemaking are often separate activities.
Founded in 1979, the company has always embraced the entire cycle of production, from the selection and cultivation of the vineyards to vinification and the sparkling process. In this respect it’s like a modern version of a traditional château in the heart of the original Prosecco area, that of the Valdobbiadene – Conegliano Superiore DOCG.
Behind the cellar there is a small mound made from the earth removed for the building. Planted with vines in radial alignment, from the top it offers a wonderful view of the property.
In the local dialect, “Canevel” means a small cellar where the best wines are kept, along with other secrets and traditions. Masi enjoys sharing these delights with guests by organizing visits and tasting events in the new wine shop, which boasts the entire Canevel range: highly distinctive wines that are uniquely complex, yet also enticingly fresh and fragrant.