Montresor Bio, Lugana DOP

£12.95
  • Montresor Bio, Lugana DOP
  • Montresor Bio, Lugana DOP
  • Montresor Bio, Lugana DOP

Montresor Bio, Lugana DOP

£12.95

AVAILABILITY: 27 in stock

Grape Turbiana
Style Dry, White, Medium Bodied, Floral, Tropical Fruit, Fresh, Seafood Friendly
Country Italy
Region Lugana, Lombardy
Volume 75cl
ABV 13%
Dietary Vegetarian, Vegan, Sustainable, Organic


Experience the rich and complex flavours of Montresor Bio, Lugana DOP. Fragrant aromas of white flower, tropical fruit, and wild crushed herbs entice the senses, while honeyed notes and ripe honeydew melon on the palate leave a lasting impression. Perfectly paired with seafood antipasti, this wine is a must-try for any fish lover.

About the Producer

One of Verona’s historic houses, founded by Giacomo Montresor in 1892, with a reputation built on high quality, affordable Valpolicella and Amarone. In recent years the range has grown steadily with vineyards being developed in Friuli and northern Veneto, around Conegliano. Their portfolio also includes impressive Prosecco wines.

The winery was family-owned until 2018 when Montresor was acquired by Cevico, a co-operative group based in Emilia Romagna, with 2 highly regarded Veneto co-ops as co-investors. Since then a major investment programme has transformed the company – with modern production facilities and a new winemaking team rejuvenating quality across the board, while access to high quality grapes from the Veneto co-owners has enabled some excellent new wines to be developed.

Vineyard and Winery

The Turbiana grapes are sourced from vineyard between Sirmione and the resort town of Peschiera del Garda (at the southern tip of Lake Garda), in the tiny region of Lugana - this straddles the border between Lombardy and Veneto. The Guyot-trained vines grow in sandy-clay soils. After hand-harvesting the grapes are cooled before crushing, then are left in a cold soak in the press for 10 hours. After settling, the juice is fermented at 15° Celsius in stainless steel with selected yeasts. The wine rests on fine lees for 6 months, with occasional batonnage.

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Keith Fernie
Nice wine

Lovely wine for the price. As the description above says, its great with fish.