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Thumbnail Delightful Tasting of Bardolino wines at Cantina Valetti
Bardolino, Verona (Valpolicella, Garda Lake, Lugana, Custoza)
1 Hour
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 30
From €22.00
“The unique emotion of tasting the wines of Lake Garda with a wonderful panoramic view and a selection of local products”
Thumbnail Essential wine tasting at Poggio delle Grazie on Lake Garda
Lazise, Verona (Garda Lake, Custoza)
45 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 20
From €25.00
“Have you ever thought about recognizing an area by its flavors? Try your hand at tasting three representative wines from this beautiful area”
Thumbnail Tasting of 6 wines at Le Vigne di San Pietro near Lake Garda
Sommacampagna, Verona (Garda Lake, Custoza, Bardolino)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum Not Specified
From €62.00
“The complete Wine Experience for admirers of the elegant wines of the Garda area, in a unique and breathtaking scenery.”
Thumbnail Vineyard picnic at Giovanna Tantini Winery
Castelnuovo del Garda, Verona (Garda Lake, Custoza, Bardolino)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €39.00
“Enjoy a magical moment of relaxation sitting in the shade of the pergola vineyards of Garganega and Trebbianello at Tantini”
Thumbnail Visit and Premium wine tasting at Gorgo Winery
Sommacampagna, Verona (Garda Lake, Custoza)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 30
From €35.00
“We produce in an organic way; the viticultural ecosystem is in balance as much as possible in order to work at best”
Thumbnail Pic Nic in the heart of Custoza at Azienda Agricola Gorgo
Sommacampagna, Verona (Garda Lake, Custoza)
2 Hours 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 6, Maximum Not Specified
From €35.00
“A new unmissable experience at Azienda Agricola Gorgo with a guided tour of the winery and Pic Nic with typical local products.”
Thumbnail Wine tasting at Tinazzi Winery
Lazise, Verona (Valpolicella, Garda Lake, Lugana, Custoza)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €20.00
“Visit Tinazzi Winery and discover our great italian delicacies, from Veneto to Puglia wines!”

More information on Custoza

Located in the Veneto region of Italy, Custoza is a small wine region where wineries produce a variety of white wines. The area is named after the Battle of Custoza, which was fought nearby in 1866 during the Austro-Prussian War. Custoza has a rich history, with evidence of winemaking dating back to Roman times. Today, the region is known for its crisp and refreshing white wines, which are perfect for warm summer days. The region is easily accessible from Verona, making it an ideal destination for a wine tasting day trip or a weekend getaway.

Custoza is a great destination for wine tourism, with many wineries open for wine tours and wine tastings. The wineries in Custoza are known for their hospitality, and visitors can expect warm welcomes and informative visits. Many of these wineries have beautiful vineyards and tasting rooms, making them ideal for a leisurely afternoon of wine tasting. The region is also known for its unique wine styles, such as the Custoza Superiore DOCG, a blend of Garganega, Trebbiano, and Friulano grapes that is aged for at least one year.

Which food to taste in Custoza?

Custoza is situated in the Veneto region, which is famous for its cuisine. The food in Custoza is influenced by the nearby city of Verona and the surrounding countryside. Visitors can expect delicious pasta dishes, such as homemade gnocchi with truffle sauce, as well as risottos and grilled meats. The region is also known for its cheeses, including the famous Monte Veronese cheese. Wine and food pairing is an important part of the culture in Custoza, and visitors should be sure to try the specialties, especially while enjoying a wine tasting at one of the local wineries.

Which wines to taste in Custoza?

The wines of Custoza are made primarily from Garganega grapes, which are grown throughout the Veneto region. Trebbiano di Soave and Fernanda grapes are also used by wineries in the production of Custoza wines. Garganega is a versatile grape variety that produces wines with a range of flavors, from floral and fruity to nutty and mineral. The grape is well-suited to the climate and soils of Custoza, which are characterized by mild winters and hot summers.

Which is the best season to visit Custoza?

The best time to visit Custoza is in the summer months, when the vineyards are in full bloom and the weather is warm and sunny. The months of July and August are the busiest times, with many festivals and events taking place throughout the region. Visitors can enjoy wine tastings organized by local wineries, outdoor concerts, and traditional food markets during this time. The autumn months are also a great time to visit, as the vineyards are turning gold and red, and the weather is still pleasant.

What things to do in Custoza?

Besides wine tours and wine tastings, there are many attractions and places to visit in and around Custoza. One of the most popular is the medieval town of Borghetto, located just a short drive away. This charming village is known for its old stone bridge, which spans the Mincio River. Visitors can stroll through the narrow streets, admire the historic buildings, and enjoy gelato from one of the local shops. The city of Verona is also within easy reach, with its famous Arena and beautiful piazzas. For those interested in nature, the Parco delle Cascate di Molina is a must-see. This natural park features stunning waterfalls and hiking trails, making it a great place for a picnic or a day out in the countryside.