The prime grape variety in Gambellara is the Garganega grape, a native variety with an exceptional potential for drying and long aging, but also extremely versatile for the production of mineral, dry white wines. Its presence on the territory has been documented since the Middle Ages, as well as the quality of the wines made with it.
In more recent years, we have added the cultivation of the Durella variety to the Garganega variety. Durella is also a native grape of the Lessinia mountains. The sharpness of this grape variety makes it ideal for the production of Metodo Classico sparkling wines, energetic and dynamic as the territory they come from.