Terre al Lago

Winemaking on Lake Garda goes back countless centuries, since the shores of Italy’s largest lake boast soils and climate extremely favourable to viticulture. The local wines, which include reds, whites, rosés, and sparkling wines, have long been world-famous.

Terre al Lago wines bring to the table a corner of Italy beloved throughout the world. Their delicate fragrances and impressive crispness are gifts of the morainic soils and mild climate of Lake Garda, which can be found nowhere else.


The Bardolino vineyards can enjoy their reflection in Lake Garda, whose waters inescapably remind one of the colours and fragrances of the Mediterranean. The lake’s mild climate, exposure to the sun, moderate rainfall, favourable temperatures, and diversity of soils make the area an optimal environment for Bardolino, which is highly prized both in Italy and across the globe.

Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella


Custoza DOC takes its name from the village of Custoza, which lies in the southernmost band of morainic hills between Verona and Lake Garda. This homogeneous growing area boasts warm summers and temperate winters, the gift of the nearby lake, and these uniquely favourable conditions produce a wine that is refreshingly crisp, lightly aromatic, and surpassingly versatile with food.

Trebbiano e Garganega


Set within a landscape that has few equals for stunning beauty, the Garda denomination, by its very name, conjures up Italy’s largest lake. The DOC also produces superb quality, the direct fruit of its terroir and of the harmony of elements classic to this unique locale.

Its distinctive vineyards, lying south of Lake Garda, ensure that various wines, are quintessentially elegant, radiant, and modern.

Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio