Prowein and Vinitaly

posted on 14 March 2018
Spring is a season full of events and exhibitions. Being Cantrina a family business and wanting to keep a good work-life balance, we decided this year to attend only Vinitaly instead of Prowein. Of course we will miss to meet some of our contacts in Düsseldorf, but we will be happy to be, after 2 years, in Verona, hosted by FIVI, the Italian Federation of Independent Winegrower (Pavilion 8 Booth E7 07).See you in Verona, you will be also welcome in Cantrina (only 45 min from Verona) to visit our estate. Please, contact us to arrange a meeting in advance (e-mail: Best Regards, Cristina and Diego

Harvest 2023

posted on 22 November 2023
It was a year of very hard work. Bad weather dealt us repeated blows, first with heavy rains all the way through the spring and a good part of the summer, then with torrid heat in late July and early August. Nonetheless, we were successful in bringing a satisfactory crop into the cellar, both in quantity and quality.

Happy New Year to all!

posted on 24 January 2023
Once again, we find ourselves confronting another challenging year. True enough, Covid is finally largely behind us, but there is still a general climate of uncertainty, underscored by the war at Europe’s borders, whose impact is anything but negligible. The opening weeks of the year bring all of us the opportunity to renew our resolutions and launch new projects. We all must face our problems with optimism and hope, doing our own part with commitment and honesty. And now, on to what is happening at Catrina and what we’re planning…

Random considerations regarding drought

posted on 9 September 2022
Piante siccità
Drought, increasingly frequent now, is one of the signs of climate change in action, but for those who live in Europe, our current 2022 constitutes a true, and significant, turning point. It’s no longer a matter of numbers, statistics, appeals from environmentalists and scientists: each one of us, throughout this dry year
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