wine producer


Region: Veneto


Cavazza’s story begins when Giovanni Cavazza purchased land consisting of a house and a vineyard in Selva di Montebello in 1928. After World War II, the family acquired around 100 acres in the Gambellara appellation, one of the unique areas of Italy with a volcanic origin.
In more recent times, Cavazza has place a greater focus on sustainability through modernization and innovation where now they are certified organic.


The winery at Selva is immersed in the vineyards bought by Giovanni Cavazza called Creari, Bocara, Capitel and Selva. The Garganega grape dominates production in the Gambellara appellation.
Cavazza’s Durello vineyards are located in Monti Lessini, a DOC of north-eastern Italy's Veneto wine region. It offers a variety of different wines from, whites, reds and blends to spumante, passito and other varietals. The vines grow in volcanic soils typical of this area formed by lava flow. The soil as a result is stony, dark and rich in fossil and mineral deposits.