Cà Maiol is situated in the heart of the Lugana zone, in the midst of flourishing vineyards and ancient farmsteads. The main building, constructed in 1710, is the nerve center of the estate’s activities, and alongside there is a sizeable showroom. Perfectly integrated with the surrounding countryside, this space welcomes visitors with guided tours, tastings and a shop.
In the large underground cellar one can find out everything about the company’s production, discovering its secrets and following, step by step, the slow, meticulous processes that lead from the grape to the bottle. Here, day after day, this cycle is renewed, skillfully combining a winemaking tradition that has been acquired over the years with state-of-the-art technology, such as the stainless steel vinification tanks or the lines for bottling and disgorgement.
Its pale gold color, its delicate yet assertive taste, its freshness on the palate and its mellow fragrance:
Lugana, an outstanding white wine that is to be found and enjoyed all over the world, owes its specific, distinctive characteristics to the land from which it originates.
The southern shore of Lake Garda, with its benevolent climate and clay-influenced soil, is the ideal habitat in which to grow the indigenous Trebbiano di Lugana or Turbiana grape, a varietal with an unmistakable taste profile that perfectly establishes and defines the essential elective affinity that Lugana wine has created with its region over the course of time.