Selva Capuzza

Selva Capuzza is a small farm, set in the gentle hills at the southern end of the Garda lake, dedicated to produce wines exclusively from 6 indigenous grape varieties.

In the estate there are many olive trees, a wood which is an old truffle plantation, wide open spaces dedicated to biodiversity, a park with secular mulberries and two little ponds.

Selva Capuzza is the ancient name of the locality, in fact some countryside areas located at the south of the lake were called “Silvae” ( wild place) during Rome's age

The name “Capuzza” ( cap- is root for head) may come from its high position at the beginning of the hills of lake Garda's morainic amphitheater, on the “hood” placed not so far from the Tower of S.Martino Della Battaglia. (Today as well in Roman dialect “Capuzza” means head of lamb).

Selva Capuzza is a family run estate producing wines of three different DOC appellations: Lugana, San Martino della Battaglia, and Garda Classico.

Assortment of the winery
Selva Capuzza

€11,80 (incl. VAT)

San Donino | 0,75l.
Rosé wine

€11,50 (incl. VAT)