The history
& the brand

Under the brand Terre Forti, we have a knack
for seeing the little patterns in nature.

The history...

Since Caviro began as a farming cooperative in 1966, our mission has been to bring the greatest possible value to the grapes our growers produce. Always aligned with our core values of quality, minimised environmental impact, and reliability we have continually developed to create our integrated supply chain- from vineyard, to bottling, to you, and all the steps in between. We are proud today to represent Italy on the global stage. In cooperative with our distribution partners, we export an extensive range of Italian wines both off-trade and on-trade to over 70 countries- and we are always growing!

...of our life

Our 100% Italian chain is guarantee of quality and harmony within our processes. We believe in listening to nature and contributing to it through our wines to reinforce its beauty. This is why we work with side by side with a broad portfolio of growers, cellars and winemakers, from Northern to Southern Italy. Our partners use contemporary winemaking techniques that are rooted in tradition and respect for the earth. We practice respectful cultivation; and our modern technology allows us to monitor and ensure quality throughout the entire process. We are an proud to be an Italian industry leader on a global scale, and we continue to grow mindfully with our constant innovation for products and services.

The Brand

Terre Forti is a range of authentic wines from Caviro, the leading Italian cooperative. As a pioneer in Italy, our producers often work land passed down generation to generation. We know where our roots are, and in balance with our environment we grow in unison.

Our growers know that when the dew sets on the grass between the rows of vines in Veneto, a flourish of budburst is not far off for our Pinot Grigio…
When the oleander tree opens its pastel pink flowers in Sicily, we know our Nero d’Avola berries will soon turn from little and green, to juicy and black…
When the sparrows start paying extra attention to the sweet Sangiovese fruit in Romagna, then we’re close to harvest time…