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Contacts - Italy

Cavitria Casa Vinicola Triacca SRL
Via Nazionale, 121
I-23030 Villa di Tirano (SO)

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T +39 0342 70 13 52

F +39 0342 70 46 73

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Graubünden, Svizzera

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Valtellina: The Heart of the Alps

Located in the Lombardy region of Italy on the border with Switzerland, Valtellina is a vast Alpine region in the heart of the Alps. It has a very diverse landscape and stretches from the top end of Lake Como at 200 metres above sea level to the peak of Piz Bernina at 4000 metres, offering a vast array of places to explore and experience. The broad, sun-kissed valley floor rises and is flanked by terraced vineyards and woods dominated by majestic peaks and glaciers. The Valtellina Valley features some of the most famous and prestigious tourist destinations including Livigno, Bormio, S. Caterina Valfurva, Madesimo, Teglio, Aprica and Tirano to name just a few.

Sports, wine, fine cuisine, culture and traditions, thermal baths and cultural events are just some of the assets that make Valtellina so special.


Tuscany is a region in central Italy and is named after its ancient inhabitants, the Tusci, a name given to the Etruscans by the Romans. Tuscany is famous the world over for its art, history and landscape and its wide range of local products, in particular wine. It encompasses a great many historic towns, the most renowned being Florence, Siena, Pisa and Lucca, as well as a few medieval villages such as San Gimignano and Montepulciano. Among Tuscany’s most distinctive features are its natural heritage and its diverse landscape, with the strikingly beautiful verdant Chianti hills and the Maremma Park, the mountain landscapes of the Apuan Alps, the thermal parks, for example Montecatini Terme, and, finally, the renowned beach resorts of Versilia, Argentario and Elba Island.