"Organic since a long time. Biodynamic in the heart. We are for Biodiversity, Eco-Sustainability and Environmental Protection: we are for a positive farming that protects our territory and makes it alive as our wines"

La Cappuccina | Philosophy
La Cappuccina | Philosophy

Vineyards and Olive-groves

La Cappuccina | Wineyard

The estate is surrounded by its about 42 hectars (105 acres) of vineyards, divided in several plots: “località San Brizio” and “Monte Stelle” in Costalunga and “località Pergola” in Montecchia, in the Alpone’s Valley.

  • Total vineyards: 105 acres.
  • Single vineyards: San Brizio, Monte Stelle, Fontègo, Campo Buri and Villa Buri L.T..
  • Location: Veneto, Verona East, Latitude 45°27’14’’N Longitude 11°18’14’’E
  • Altitude: at 100-200 m. (260-650 ft.) above sea level, with south-easterly exposure.
  • Soil: lavic basalt of volcanic origin and rich of microelements (P, K, Ca, Fe, Mn, Zn).
  • Training system: modified “pergola veronese” and guyot.
  • Plant density: from 3,500 vines per hectare (1,012/acre) to 5,400 vines/hectare (2185/acre).
  • Yield: from around 70 hl per hectare (620 gallons/acre) to 45 hl per hectare (400 gallons/acre).
  • White grapes: Garganega, Trebbiano di Soave and Sauvignon.
  • Red grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Carménère and Oseleta.
  • Age of the vines: from 20-30 to over 40 years.
  • The Olive-grove is of 3 hectars (8 acres) and is located in Castelvetrano of Trapani in Sicily.
  • Variety: Nocellara del Belice, Biancolilla and Cerasuola.


Let's meet in 2020
Events & fairs

Let's meet in 2020

Here’s the 2020 calendar:

VINITALY Verona, 19-22 April – Hall 8 stand G2;

PROWEIN Dusseldorf, Germany 15-17 March – Halle 15 stand D41;

Slow Wine tour New York, 24 Feb., Eataly Downtown, 101 Liberty St. Floor 3;

Slow Wine tour Boston, 25 Feb., Artists for Humanity, EpiCenter, 100 W 2nd St.;

Travel booklet by Vinetia

Travel booklet by Vinetia

Travel Booklet by Vinetia *Among castles, mountains and vineyards *The journey starts from Soave, the medieval village that is the emblem of the homonymous denomination, the cornerstone of a production context developing in the eastern hills of Verona.

Slow Wine 2020

Slow Wine 2020

LIFE  The origins of this historical estate date back to 1890, but La CAPPUCCINA has always stood out for its look to the future: first, following the 1985 frost, it replaced the vineyards and started ORGANIC management, then acquired the vineyards of Monte Stelle, built the winery and barrel cellar in the 2000s, and finally restored the eighteenth century chapel.

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