Terra Musa


Via Callalta, 13 - 30020 Pramaggiore, Verona, Italy


It was here that in 1972 Cav. Dino Musaragno, a well-known building contractor, realised his dream: build a winery to produce wines grown in his own vineyard. He started with 20 hectares that over the years have grown to 30, all dedicated to grape cultivation in a terroir-that of the “Lison-Pramaggiore” and “Venice” DOC-known for its terrain well-adapted to the most prestigious vines and where the passion and culture of wine cultivation has existed since time immemorial. The growth of the winery is directly tied to the entrepreneurial spirit of its founder whose profound love for his native soil has been passed onto Moreno, who runs the winery today. Recent years have seen considerable investment and major work on the land in complete respect for the natural environment as well as a careful, studied selection of vines in collaboration with expert agronomists to obtain a quality product for a medium-high market not only in Italy and Europe, but also worldwide. Moreno Musaragno, having a deep love of the land, has chosen to adopt ecologically-friendly methods. Initially, the cultivation technique utilised conformed to the norms of an “integrated approach” to agriculture in which only the use of non-harmful chemical products and organic substances was permitted. Today, the winery has adopted the strict regulations of “organic agriculture” in which all fungicides and synthesised insecticides are banned and vineyard cultivation utilises natural methods only. In practice, this means not depleting the plants and terrain, keeping yield levels low in favour of improved product quality and safeguarding health and the environment.


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PO Box 13002,


EH14 0YU


07977 127896