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Selva Capuzza – Two new wines

July 25, 2011 by Christine No Comments »

In the hills south of Lake Garda lies Selva Capuzza with their vineyards, olive groves and truffle producing woodlands.

The winery was first built in 1908 and has been operating under the name of Selva Capuzza since 1983.

These wines are produced with full commitment to the local and indigenous grape varieties through the experience of four generations of wine making.

Selva Capuzza is a peculiar place located between the lake and the hills, it shows unique characters such as the particular soil made of clay and stones and a height that offers a healthy ventilation.

These wines want to express the feeling of the place, the character of the local tradition, the identity of the indigenous grapes.

A Taste of Italy now offers two of these exceptional wines – Lugana San Vigilio and Garda Classico Groppello San Bagio.