Caviro, the largest Italian winery
Caviro is the most representative wine cooperative in Italy. It began in 1966 in Faenza, in the heart of Emilia-Romagna, to enhance the grapes of its members in a land where wine is vocation, identity and excellence.
Today Caviro, with its 12,500 winegrowers in 7 regions and 11% of the Italian grapes harvested, is, in fact, the largest winery in Italy.
For Caviro, being the largest winery in Italy means making the most of the grape varieties of each region, bringing quality wines for every type of consumption to world markets.
All this is possible thanks to a profound oenological experience combined with a strong drive for innovation.
As the leading agricultural cooperative in the wine sector, Caviro offers an extraordinary variety of wines exported to over 70 countries, starting from the historic Tavernello brand, the most drunk Italian wine in the world.
80% of the wine put on the market by Caviro comes from its own members, an integral part of a wine supply chain that puts together many production and distribution companies with well-established identities. Only in this way it is possible to work in synergy, pursuing the same values of sustainability, efficiency and certification that guide every choice of the Group.