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Patrizia Cadore
Italy – 
Lombardy – 
Pozzolengo – 
(BS)

THE COMPANY

The Cadore family’s bond with wine dates back to the early 1800s when they produced Torcolato wine with vespaiola grapes in Mason Vicentino, province of Vicenza just aside to the splendid Monastery of San Biagio. Since then, thanks to the great-grandfather Francesco, Cadore wines were well known and regularly exported to the United States. The turning point came in 1954 when the Cadore family bought vineyards in the Lugana region in the province of Brescia where Adriano Cadore, moving with his brothers, managed the farm for many years. Since 2010, his niece Patrizia started to take care of the company with the same passion and determination as her uncles, producing wines of great quality. In 2016 Giada, daughter of Patrizia, joined the working group in the cellar: a guarantee of continuity for the Cadore company for the next few years. The main variety is the Turbiana from which Lugana is obtained with the vineyards that extends for a total area of 8 hectares, followed with great skills and dedication. Patrizia Cadore accurately interprets the winemaking tradition of Garda through two Luganas, one more “dry” and one classic as well as a Riserva produced only in great vintages. The great icon of whites is San Martino della Battaglia – from Friulano grapes – which in the Pozzolengo vineyards achieves extraordinary results, confirming this small producer as a perfect ambassador of its territory.

Italy - 

Lombardia

Lugana

Lugana white, produced at the southern end of Lake Garda, is a particularly interesting wine made from the trebbiano grape, which offers a particularly mineral note here. Garda is a large, recently established DOC, bringing together the Veneto areas of Soave, Valpolicella and Bianco di Custoza.

Italy - 

Lombardia

Lugana

Lugana white, produced at the southern end of Lake Garda, is a particularly interesting wine made from the trebbiano grape, which offers a particularly mineral note here. Garda is a large, recently established DOC, bringing together the Veneto areas of Soave, Valpolicella and Bianco di Custoza.