The farm estate is directly managed by owner Roberto Bricolo, who has been supported for almost thirty years by a wise and skilled agronomist. The cultivation technique still reflects the traditional methods practiced in the local area like the use of organic fertilizers, young vineyards kept free of weeds by plowing harvest, which is almost entirely manual, takes traditionally a long time: 30-45 days to allow the grapes of special estates to fully ripen up to the “over-maturation” of the pink Muscat grapes. The vinification cellar in particular is personally managed by the owner who relies on the professional expertise of a trustworthy oenologist in order to rediscover the production of wines expressing their own authentic tradition. Contrary to the denaturing tyranny of fashion, wines maintain an excellent balance between the change in taste over time and the full flavor of genuine tradition. The moronic lands deposited during glaciers withdrawal into the wide am-phi theater to the east of Lake Garda, lead to the pleasant hills extending above the surrounding Padana plain. This is where the Gorgo Wine Estate was established in 1973, a territory belonging to the village of Custoza, municipality of Sommacampagna (Verona). From its original 22 hectares, the estate is now stretching over 60 hectares almost all part of the “Bianco di Custoza” and “Bardolino” production areas.