San Brizio is golden star
Awards

San Brizio is golden star

SAN BRIZIO 2014 has been awarded with the “golden star” by Italian wine guide “Vini Buoni d’Italia”. Thank you!

For over 60 years we take care of this vineyard that reciprocates with great vitality and allows us to explore new expressions for Garganega grapes, organically grown.

 

 

Legambiente’s organic awards
Awards

Legambiente’s organic awards

Two more awards for our organic wines : CAMPO BURI has been selected among the best Italian organic excellence and it has been awarded by Legambiente during the exhibition 2016 Festambiente in Tuscany in the category “Best Red Aged wine” and BASALTIK Sauvignon 2015 has been awarded in the category ” best White wine” .

3 new organic medals to La Cappuccina
Awards

3 new organic medals to La Cappuccina

3 wines presented,  3 new  medals Bio! Nice booty!

Our award-winning organic wines are Soave 2015Basaltik 2015 and Campo Buri 2011

directly by Internationaler BioWeinpreis in Frasdorf, Germany. Danke !

Soave 2015 is Gold with  with 93 par-punkten / points

About organic farming
Organic

About organic farming

It’s not just about farming.

it’s about the environment, it’s about people’s long term health.

It’s even about making better wine.

It’s Summer time at La CAPPUCCINA in the SAN BRIZIO vineryard.

Visit at la Cappuccina pioneer in Sustainable agriculture
Events & fairs

Visit at la Cappuccina pioneer in Sustainable agriculture

A new course, one of a kind, will open in October for the students of the University of Padua: it is the “Master of Science” in “Sustainable Agriculture”, in English, recognized by the University of Padua and University of Georgia in the United States. Graduates will be able to add a double degree  in their curriculum: Italian and American.

 

A fantastic wine and food story at La Cappuccina written by our guests
Wine & food

A fantastic wine and food story at La Cappuccina written by our guests

Recently I visited LA CAPPUCCINA Winery in Soave in the Veneto, which happened to coincide with their 30th anniversary since going organic. This doesn’t seem like such a big deal these days with so many wineries going organic, biodynamic or sustainable, but thirty years ago this was an anomaly and they were harbingers of a major change in grape-growing and wine production.