In the lands lying south of Lake Iseo, a low environmental impact agronomic regime, using only organic fertilizers, to produce excellent wines.
The company gets its name from the small house on the hill called "ca' del bos" immersed in a thick forest of chestnut trees, which Annamaria Clementi bought midway through the 1960s in Erbusco, Franciacorta. Maurizio Zanella, currently chairman of the company, understood the potential of that land south of Lake Iseo. The company has also made good use of the enological experience of American-born Brian Larky (1985-88), and Stefano Capelli, who has been running the cellar since 1990. Many phases mark the history of Ca' del Bosco, all distinguished by a wise mix between tradition and innovation, while the company's philosophy continues to envision for all the Ca' del Bosco vineyards an agricultural regime with a low environmental impact, involving minimal fertilization and only of the organic type.