Our field offices

Cantina di Soave

Historical headquarters
Via Roma, Soave

Historic centre, opened in 1930 in the centre of Soave, it now houses the winery’s agronomy services.

Cantina di Soave

Main administration centre
Viale della Vittoria, Soave

Established in 1962 just outside the walls of Soave, it serves as a production facility and as Cantina di Soave’s headquarters. Construction is currently underway to completely re-organise the facility, from grape-reception areas through to the bottling-line. The investment in this construction project is one of the most massive carried out in Italy over the last ten years.

Cantina di Cazzano di Tramigna

Integrated in Cantina di Soave in 1996, this facility is primarily dedicated to the production of Valpolicella-tradition wines and to the appassimento natural drying process for Amarone.

Borgo Rocca Sveva

Via Covergnino, Soave

Opened in 2003, this facility produces the Cantina’s most ambitious wines, the Rocca Sveva selections and the classic-method sparkling wines, which together comprise limited-production, uncompromising wines of the Verona tradition. In addition to the striking underground cellars and wine shop, it boasts as well a large conference centre, a restaurant, a flourishing botanical garden, and an experimental vineyard. Visitors may enjoy guided tours and tastings.

Cantina di Illasi

Integrated in 2005, it is the primary production facility for Valpolicella-tradition wines and for the appassimento natural drying process for Amarone.

Cantina di Montecchia di Crosara

Incorporated in 2008 and located in an extremely high-quality growing area, the Montecchia facility produces the base wines for Cantina di Soave’s sparkling wines, in particular for Lessini Durello

Cantina di Sona

Located in the area dedicated to the production of DOC Bardolino and DOC Custoza.

Fruttaio San Martino Tregnago

Via Covergnino, Soave

A covered area of 10,000 square meters, with a potential of 25,000 quintals of drying grapes.
It is one of the main lofts of Cantina di Soave, which today is one of the major producers of Valpolicella wines, thanks to approximately 1400 hectares of vineyards. In the fruit cellar of Tregnago, the winemakers give the grapes destined to become Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG and Recioto della Valpolicella DOCG in crates.