The beautiful entrance as you enter the winery.
Cheers to this upcoming visit to La Montina
One of the buildings where most of their private events are held. They also have a small Cafe here which winery employees and guests can enjoy throughout the day. We went for a coffee after lunch (the daily afternoon routine for us in Franciacorta) and it was adorable. It felt like an old school authentic Cafe, way more intimate than what we’re used to at Starbucks in the United States.
Loving my Americano coffees (essentially an espresso watered down so it’s like the coffee we are used to back home).
Touring the winemaking facilities with family member Michele Bozza. This like most of the wineries we visited are family owned and operated which I always enjoy as it makes it feel more intimate and special vs. a large corporation owning it and being disconnected from the guest experience.
Another cave tour, although I have to say this one included sabering a bottle of Sparkling Wine and seeing the most unbelievable cave storage (shown below) the size of a football field, possibly larger.
This is where we watched a sabering of a bottle of wine. I always love a fun engaging performance!
Touring the beautiful event space. They do a ton of private events here throughout the year, so anyone looking for a beautiful Italian space with a fabulous team, great wines and stunning setting I’ve found the spot for you…
Enjoying our lunch including Risotto paired with the La Montina Sparkling Wines.
Views of Lake Iseo
A huge thanks to the La Montina Team especially our host, Michele Bozza for sharing your time, your lovely winery and your passion for Franciacorta Sparkling Wines with us during this visit. This is a region like no other with such a charming setting, lovely, incredibly well made wines and amazing people!