Wine from Lombardei
The very widespread and 27000 hectare large wine-growing area in the north of Italy reaches from the Swiss mountains down to Lake Garda and the city of Parma.
The steep vineyards, typical for northern Italy, offer an impressive scenery - not only culinary. In the middle of Lombardy lies the vibrant metropolis of Milan, a region can hardly be more different.
Cool winters and hot summer days, combined with the microclimate of the lakes, produce particularly full-bodied and distinctive wines.
The soils are rather sparse, water-permeable and airy with the ability to form water reservoirs.
The vineyards on the southern and western shores of Lake Garda and along the Adda river valley thrive particularly well.
From light, simple to spicy rosé, white and red wines, Lombardy has everything to offer.
The highest wine categories are DOCG wines - which guarantee a controlled and guaranteed origin.
IGT wines are comparable to local wines and DOC wines require a controlled designation of origin.
*regular prices = former selling prices