The satin-finished bottle, emblem of Cantine Giacomo Montresor, was patented at the beginning of the 1900s to protect the wine from the ocean's sun during the first exports to North America.
The “Capitello” at the intersection in a small village of Valpolicella: a very old stone on which the figure of the Madonna is painted and which in the past was regarded by as a votive icon by the peasantry
“Le Fattorie” incorporates the history of Montresor in the area. Its 4 wines are the symbol of the terroir that identify the company’s nuances and versatility. Three wines express the characteristic nature of the three key areas in our region: the Soave, Lugana and Valpolicella areas. The fourth wine, a pure Cabernet Sauvignon, contains the Montresor’s French origins in its elegance.
The idea sprang up in the 2000 s, with the desire to open up the winery to street art and transform part of it into a gallery of contemporary art: a mix of classicism and the avanguarde, of the art of wine and the more classic forms of artistic expression.