Canoso Wines, First Refined Italian Wine
Canoso Wines was established in 1876, and the family has been making high-quality wines here in the Soave Verona region. In 2016, the winery became independent, and their ethics and values are based on a trustworthy relationship with their customers. The Soave Classico area is famous for the hilly landscape and the volcanic origin of the soil. Wines from the Soave were one of the first Italian wines to be recognized as refined and typical. Wine enthusiasts are always welcome to visit the estate to enjoy wines and relax in the lap of nature.
Volcanic Soils of Soave Verona Region
Canoso owns 10 hectares of vineyards located in the volcanic soils of the hills that are rich in minerals. Annually they produce around 60,000 bottles of wines using the grapes from their vineyards. The natural conditions in the region are ideal for the production of white wines using the local Garganega grape. Trebbiano di Soave and Incrocio Manzoni are also grown. Most of the vines are more than 30 years old, and Guyot implantation is used here.
Organically Cultivated Vineyards
The main aim of the winery is to cultivate vines organically without using any chemical products. The sustainable approach protects the nature and the health of their vines. The wines are also vegan as there are no animal products used during production. Wines are fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks under controlled temperatures. There is no use of French or American oak barrels. This keeps the wines fresh and late harvest, drying grapes, and maceration with skin and yeast contact gives the perfect texture to the wines.