The area where Bianco di Custoza is produced stretches across the south-west part of the morainal amphitheatre of Lake Garda and is bordered by the river Mincio.
The soil here is composed of stratifications of different nature: red-brown soil on detrital sediments, rather compact and often sandy, and whitish, light-structured glacial morainic soil
The area also benefits from the thermal action produced by the waters of the nearby Lake Garda, thus guaranteeing a generally mild climate and average rainfall.
The white grapes grown for producing our Bianco di Custoza are among those specified in the Regulations on wine production and are: Garganega, Trebbiano toscano, Tocai friulano along with a small percentage of Chardonnay and Cortese. The resulting blend of grapes gives a wine that is rich in flavour, slightly aromatic, elegant, intense and with a delicate distinguished bouquet.