Project of style

A territory with such an important history, which over the cen-turies has matured the ability to interpret the style of its time. This is not only expressed by the castles and churches, of gre-at architectural value, but also by the wine and food tradition, which – from the olive oil to the lake’s fish – has preserved its identity and authenticity.

Winemaking, the driving force of the local economy and touri-sm, is not exempt from this role and over the years it has become one of the best ambassadors in the world for its production area.

This innate sensitivity has teamed with the producers’ ability to interpret the needs of modern consumers, embracing their consumption philosophy and satisfying their penchant for sa-vouring “bubbles” throughout a meal or for an aperitif, the con-temporary icon of Italian style.

This new horizon, matured in a context of respect for the environment and enhancement of the local landscape heritage, is one of the most important chal-lenges faced by the Protection Consortium; the Consortium has amended the production specifications with the addition of white spumante wine, which by decree must only bear the “GARDA” appellation on the label.