The Cellar


Corte Anna is a winery located in Sirmione, one of the main highlights along the Wine and Food Trail of Lake Garda.

The history of Corte Anna begins in 1978 with the purchase of 12 hectares of land, at the time 4 hectares were vineyards, that have now grown into an impressive 10 hectares of vineyards.

It is a female led winery, with Anna Palvarini at its helm, passionate about Garda and its unique characteristics. Anna’s world, her philosophy and lifestyle are reflected in the wines she produces: the jewel in the crown is the Lugana Doc, a typical wine of Lake Garda. In addition to this, the winery also produces a Spumante Metodo Classico, a Lugana Riserva and a Cabernet, the only red wine in the production.

For some years now, Anna and her team have also been dedicated to the production of traditional homemade products such as grappa, olive oil and jams.

Moreover, with the same smile and elegance that distinguish her and her collaborators, the winery opens its doors to visitors in a unique residence, organising wine tastings, picnics in the vineyard and orchard, guided tours and private events in the cellar.

The company philosophy has always been orientated
towards practising a sustainable approach.

Respect for the land and the preservation of biodiversity are values that inspire Corte Anna on a daily basis. Over the years, the company has been committed to searching for solutions that respect the environment, from drip irrigation that prevents the water from being wasted, to harvesting and pruning carried out manually, to almost total energy independence thanks to the use of renewable energies such as solar energy.

The winery is also part of BioPass, an Italian project for measuring, protecting and increasing biodiversity in viticulture, once again with focus on protecting and preserving the territory. The company is always on the lookout for new techniques and farming methods that can increase biodiversity and soil fertility, including the use of natural fertilisers and the planting of different types of trees and flowers.


The Wine Tastings


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