Here’s to

knowing your roots

Our Commitment

Sustainability

  • Eco-Friendly Vineyard Practices
  • Sustainable Farming
  • Cover Crops
  • Leaf Pulling
  • Dry Farming
  • Sustainable Pest Control
  • Erosion Control
  • Mineral or Natural Fertilizer

 

  • Eco-Friendly Winery Practices
  • Renewable Energy
  • Green Packaging
  • Recycled Materials
  • Waste Material Recycling
  • Water Conservation
  • Carbon Footprint Offset
  • Eco-Friendly Construction

Our Story

History

Combine more than a half-century of winemaking expertise, the dramatic landscape and terroir of northern Italy, and a profound enjoyment of the good things in life. The result: the Cavit Collection, source of America’s #1 Italian wine*.

Cavit swept onto the radar of American wine lovers in the 1970s as a pioneer of a then little-known white wine called Pinot Grigio. Prized for its crisp, elegant character, fruit flavors and delicate floral aroma, Pinot Grigio is a demanding grape to cultivate, but has flourished in northern Italy for over a century.  Cavit has consistently championed this varietal in the U.S., earning its well-deserved title of America’s #1 Italian Pinot Grigio*. Additionally, Cavit produces a full range of high-quality, approachable and food-friendly wines including Pinot Noir, Riesling, Chardonnay, Merlot, Moscato, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Red Blend.

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Our Home

Northern Italy

The Cavit winery is located in Trentino, Italy, a picturesque landscape of mountains, lakes, apple orchards and medieval castles. Vineyards in this region enjoy the warming effects of the “Ora del Garda,” a dry, balmy breeze that sweeps across nearby Lake Garda and protects the fruit from moisture and disease. Contrastingly cool evenings promote rich, intense aromas and flavors in the grapes.

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Our Winemaker

Anselmo Martini

Anselmo is one of northern Italy’s top enologists and Cavit’s lead winemaker. He earned his degree after several years of study at the renowned agricultural school and research center Istituto Agrario San Michele all’Adige (now known as the Edmund Mach Foundation). Over the years, Anselmo has become one of the most respected winemakers in the region, earned the title of “Winemaker of the Year” from “Guida Essenziale ai Vini d’Italia 2015” (“Essential Guide to Italian Wines 2015”) and for decades he has played an integral role in developing the winery’s reputation as Trentino’s leading wine producer.

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Here’s to you

Thank You for Making Cavit the #1 Italian Wine in America*

Here's to coming of age.

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