SalvaTerra comprises 600 hectares of vineyards in some of the most appreciated terrains of Veneto, first of all the Valpolicella, and extends from Lake Garda to the Euganean Hills for the production of Pinot Grigio and Prosecco.
he winery is located in the heart of Valpolicella, in the magnificent Villa Giona, dating back to the sixteenth century, in San Pietro in Cariano. The SalvaTerra logo is characterised by three elements of this area: earth, stone and iron.
The earth, with marl below, allows a constant natural irrigation of our most prestigious vineyards.
The Prun stone, with which the ancient Romans built the Verona Arena and which also identifies the Amarone Classico Riserva “Cave di Prun”.
The iron that represents craftsmanship, the manual skills of the many artisans who, even today, process it. Iron is also
the element that composes the Tenute SalvaTerra brand, born from the deep meaning
This word, in fact, originates in Norway where, in the eighteenth century, “brander” meant branding cattle to identify the owner.