Gorgo is an Italian winery located in the Veneto region, in the hills of the Custoza area, near Lake Garda. The winery is known for its commitment to sustainable and organic viticulture and produces a range of high-quality wines using traditional grape varieties.
Gorgo's vineyards cover about 40 hectares, with a mix of white and red grape varieties, including Garganega, Trebbiano, Cortese, Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Corvina. The winery's production is focused on the Custoza DOC and Bardolino DOC appellations, which are both known for producing fresh, fruity, and easy-drinking wines.
In addition to its commitment to organic viticulture, Gorgo is also known for its use of innovative winemaking techniques, such as the production of a sparkling wine made from the Garganega grape variety, which is more commonly used to make still white wines. The winery also produces a range of red wines, including the Bardolino Superiore "Le Marogne," which is aged in oak barrels for several months.
Gorgo's wines have received numerous awards and recognitions over the years, both nationally and internationally, and the winery is considered one of the leading producers in the Custoza and Bardolino areas.