Nativity of Saint John
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Nativity of Saint John

On 24th of June we celebrate the nativity of Saint John the Baptist, the patron saint to whom our 17th century chapel is dedicated just a few days from the summer solstice 🌞
Symbols of Saint John are the primordial elements, the fire of summer and the water with which he baptized đź’¦

Nature gives us a hand
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Nature gives us a hand

Nature gives us a hand to start again, Nature punctually and silently operates.

The vine blooms just in these days, very delicate flowers and scents in the Garganega grape.

Nature gives us the hope of continuing to cultivate it waiting patiently for its fruit.

A message oh hope from our family Tessari La Cappuccina
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A message of hope from our family Tessari La Cappuccina

These are difficult days, hard days. 

Spring has blossomed and it is almost impossible if we are aware about it.

The work ig going on in the vineyards and in the cellar with the appropriate precautions, we certainly cannot stop.

The cycle of seasons deserves its course and the vine calls us.

Let's meet in 2021 CAPPUCCINA
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Let's meet

Here’s the new calendar,

unfortunately many events has been postponed to 2021: 

VINITALY Verona, *postponed 18-21 April 2021;

PROWEIN Dusseldorf, *postponed 21-23 March 2021; 

Slow Wine tour New York, 24 Feb. 2020, Eataly Downtown, 101 Liberty St. Floor 3;

Travel booklet by Vinetia
History

Travel booklet by Vinetia

Travel Booklet by Vinetia *Among castles, mountains and vineyards *The journey starts from Soave, the medieval village that is the emblem of the homonymous denomination, the cornerstone of a production context developing in the eastern hills of Verona.

Slow Wine 2020
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Slow Wine 2020

LIFE  The origins of this historical estate date back to 1890, but La CAPPUCCINA has always looked to the future: first, following the big freeze in 1985, it replanted its vineyards and introduced ORGANIC farming, then at the start of this century it bought new vineyards on Monte Stelle, built a new cellar and barrel room and now, last but not least, it has restored the 18th-ce