Our producers’ wines reflect the authenticity and excellence that comes from generations of experience in the vineyard and in the cellar, together with an unwavering focus on quality.




It was the most important wine and it was served only on the most important occasions: the birth of a son, the bottle produced that year drunken on a wedding day, when 100 kilograms of grain was harvested, the visiting of a distinguished guest, a gift to the local priest or doctor. Along with this tale and this tradition along with improving the management of the vineyard – careful selection of the best bunches – La Montata continuously strives to improve preserving the finished product.

Appellation: Marche IGT

Type:  Passito (straw wine)

Grape Varieties: Ancient Trebbiano and Sauvignon Blanc

Wine Details:

Tasting Notes:
Color: deep golden yellow Aroma: honey to ripe fruit, from floral to pleasantly smoked Palate:   sweet, well-balanced, full bodied with a good harmony between sweetness and acidity. Serving suggestions: Pairs well with desserts, pastries, cakes, tarts, and mature cheeses Best served at 14°C in medium-size goblets

Vinyard Notes:
Production Area:  Sant’Angelo in Vado, Pesaro-Urbino Exposure: South/south-east Soil: limestone

Winemaking Notes:
The harvested grapes are hung in single bunches for four to five months in a special room where a fireplace is periodically lit in order to smoke the grapes. A three-phase pressing follows, lasting 15 hours, which produces three different types of must. The must is left to cool for five days allowing the coarse sediments settle; then, when almost clear, it is ready for fermentation. At the end of this stage, it is transferred in 112lt. demi-barriques to allow for oxidation, where the wine ages for at least 36 months. Cold decantation and pouring follow. Finally, it is prepared to be bottled.