Cantina di Gambellara Wines



If you see the word ‘cantina’ on an Italian wine label, it means it’s from a co-operative. There was a time you’d not countenance drinking wines from co-operatives either; but fortunately today they’re making some outstanding Italian wines.

Gambellara was the first co-operative in the Vicenza province, founded in 1947. Its mainstay grape variety is Garganega, one of north eastern Italy’s best white varieties. And it also enjoys almost a monopoly with the Gambellara DOC region.

Volcanic basalt soils are typical here, so Garganega takes on unique characteristics –as you’d expect from a separate DOC designation.

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