Identity and style equal to none other
In 1892 Giacomo Montresor founded the Giacomo Montresor Cellars, giving life to a production that, since then and until today, is an identity expression of its origins: an identity and a style unlike any other.
From the lands that host the native Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara vineyards, the unique character of a natural amphitheater territory that favors the production of wines of great depth and rigor is expressed
A unique and ancient method, which for centuries has characterized this territory and its wines. The technique known and practiced to date has given rise to fine wines such as Recioto DOCG and Amarone DOCG, full-bodied and memorable. The hand-picked grapes in September are placed in small crates to begin the natural drying process, which will last for about three months. The bunches dehydrate little by little, losing a third of their weight, increasing the concentration of sugars, polyphenols and tannins, before their final pressing.
Hospitality and Welcome: The choice of the Company was to open the doors of its winery to let guests discover its wine, its history and its territory. Hospitality for Montresor became an integral part of the winery's philosophy and encompasses a tour of the winery, from the pressing and fermentation to the ancient grape drying systems to a tour of the underground cellars for aging and refining of the great wines. A guided wine tasting session follows the tour with a pairing of wines and traditional cold cuts and local cheeses. Our clients may purchase the products directly from our point of email@example.com