Costaruél wines are produced in the Conegliano – Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Denomination, in the heart of Treviso Province, where the cultural center of Prosecco area is the seat of research institutions and the GB Cerletti Wine School, the oldest one in Italy.

Mirco and Gianni Lovadina firmly believe that only the proper use of natural resources can create unique typical products. Their desire is to enhance the traditions of the land where their family still have their roots, which nourish the passion for quality. Indeed we link our company to Prosecco wine, produced according to the ancient wine tradition of Veneto region.

Searching for the perfect harmony between natural factors and innovative methodologies, we produce quality wines with noble and traditional grapes grown in the vineyards located on the hills of the Conegliano-Valdobbiadene area or produced by well selected local farmers, who work closely with us. All the equipment and processing systems make it possible to operate according to the most modern standards, while fully respecting one of the finest wine traditions in Italy. Careful grape selection, handcrafted dedication at every stage, from winemaking and sparkling process to bottling and storage, ensure Costaruél wines the highest quality.

Over the years Costaruél wines have been awarded many accolades by the most eminent international wine competitions, including the International Wine Competition Vinitaly in Verona, the Feminalise Competition in France, as well as the acknowledgement in the prestigious French Guide Gilbert&Gaillard.

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