The land of Lugana

Wine Route at Lake Garda

Paola Tiberio

Graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Milan, has always been passionate about Travel and with an inexhaustible passion for the Houses, since 2000 freelance and subsequently Property Manager for tourism residences, is the founder of Gardalake Homedesign…

The territory that develops south of Lake Garda is characterized by the presence of elegant vineyards known for the production of Lugana wine.

The area embraces two provinces on the border, Verona to the east and Brescia to the west and the two famous regions of Northern Italy, Veneto and Lombardy.

A very varied landscape that ranges from the hills of the hinterland of Sirmione, touching the Municipalities of Desenzano del Garda, Pozzolengo and Lonato to reach Lugana and Peschiera del Garda.

The most characteristic area for the beauty of the rolling hills is the strip that frames the famous Monumental Tower of San Martino della Battaglia.

The presence of a mild and constant microclimate, influenced by the temperate breezes of Lake Garda and the soil consisting of a variety of clays rich in mineral salts, typical of the moraine hills, make the Lugana area the ideal place for growing grapes Turbiana, from which the excellent wine is made.

A refined white wine, typical of Lake Garda, which has become famous all over the world for its gentle taste, with delicately perfumed notes that range from the scent of wildflowers, to almond and citrus.

A very interesting tour that will take you to discover the local wineries, taste the local wines and learn about the stages of long processing, in which tradition and technical innovation allow you to obtain excellent quality wines.

For bicycle lovers it is a very relaxing route to experience immersed in the beauty of the vineyards, making stops in the cellars.

Very beautiful itineraries whether you decide to travel them by car or riding a bicycle.

Lugana a land to be discovered!


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