The Lord of the Great Lake: this is the nickname given to Lugana wine, which originates in a strip of land covering about 1,200 hectares between the provinces of Brescia and Verona. This location, developed on a morainic plain, has been home to vines since the Bronze Age, as archaeological evidence confirms. The main grape variety is a local one called Turbiana or Trebbiano di Lugana, which has found its ideal terroir between the regions of Lombardy and Veneto: on the one hand, the mild climate of Lake Garda and, on the other, fertile clayey soils of a sedimentary nature, rich in limestone and mineral salts. This is where white wines with structure and softness, freshness and sapidity, vigorous and distinct aromas ranging from citrus to almond are born. It is a "climatic cradle" with a strong winemaking tradition, home to wines that have become famous in Italy and throughout the world.
- 1 Lugana Riserva Patrizia Cadore 2018
- 1 Lugana Superiore 'Antico Vigneto' Corte Anna 2019
- 1 Lugana 'Il Gruccione' Nunzio Ghiraldi 2021
- 1 Lugana 'Le Creete' Ottella 2021
- 1 Lugana 'Oasi Mantellina' Allegrini 2021
- 1 Lugana Olivini 2021