Villa Le Tende
Our vineyards were originally part of a vast estate that extended throughout the valley to the center of which is still the "Villa Le Tende" from which we take the name.
A vast estate called "Villa Le Tende" used to extend itself over this enchanting environment. This Venetian villa was built in 1880 and the Count of Bevilacqua used to live there. Currently, the villa is surrounded by two hectares of parkland where big lindens and century-old cedars are growing.
The "Le Tende" cellar is located at the foot of this villa, while more hectares of land, used to cultivate vines, are located in the heart of the production area of the Bardolino Classico, in Cavaion Veronese.
A visit to "Le Tende's" cellar can reveal itself to be a perfect occasion to spend a pleasant weekend in one of the most beautiful and loved areas of Northern Italy.
In addition to its magnificent nature, Lake Garda is equipped to offer entertaining activities to the entire family. There are different amusement parks: Gardaland • Parco Natura Viva • Movieland
Those who prefer to immerse themselves in spas will find the Thermal Waters pleasing to both the eyes and body: Villa dei Cedri • Terme di Sirmione
There are castles, harbors, customs posts, breathtaking views and many other locations full of charm, culture and history for both the photography and hiking lovers.
Lazise: the Venetian customs post.
Peschiera: The Military Prison and the Church of Saint Martin (18th Century).
Salò: the clock tower, the cathedral and the harbor.
It is practically impossible to turn down a visit to Verona, the city of Shakespeare's “Romeo and Juliet”: a destination full of attractions. Such as the Arena for example, where the Opera Festival and numerous concerts are held.
The Roman Theater, where the theatrical summer season of the Verona area is organized, and Juliet's balcony, which is the favorite destination of lovers from all around the world.
Piazza Erbe, and its colorful kiosks, Piazza Dante and the Lamberti Tower, from which one can enjoy a view of the entire city. Let us not forget Castelvecchio, the Cathedral and the Basilica of San Zeno (also know as San Zeno Maggiore) or the Via Mazzini, which is famous for its shops and shopping.