Italian Wines of the Azienda Agricola Montioni
The winery of the Azienda Agricola Montioni boasts the most important and known Montefalco wines in Umbria, Italian red and white wines, certified as DOCG, DOC, and IGT. Montioni Montefalco wines are typical Umbrian wines, precious and autochthonous, closely tied to the land of wine cultivation. In addition to Italy, the wine products of this specific region are extremely appreciated abroad, where they are considered among the best wines in Italy.
All the wines of the Montioni Winery available online
Montioni Montefalco Sagrantino D.O.C.G, the Umbrian red wine par excellence, made from 100% Sagrantino grapes. Montioni Montefalco Sagrantino has received numerous international awards and prizes, including Wine Spectator, Veronelli, and Bibenda. Learn more about this fantastic wine on our blog!
Montioni Montefalco Rosso D.O.C. produced from Sangiovese grapes, Merlot grapes, and Sagrantino grapes, harmonic and dry, it has been awarded with the Gilbert & Gaillard gold medal.
Montioni Umbria Rosso I.G.T. is an Italian red wine, typical of Montefalco (PG), with aromatic scents and a lively flavour, it fully reflects the spirit of the Umbrian lands.
Montioni Umbria Grechetto I.G.T. is a typical Umbrian white wine, produced by the Montioni Winery. With its fresh flavour and 100% Grechetto grapes, which are typical of the Montefalco area, it has won the Veronelli and the Bibenda awards. If you want to know more, read the article about our Umbria Grechetto!
Finally, the craftsmanship and respect for nature of the Montioni Winery are reflected in the Grappa di Sagrantino Montioni: : a grappa made from the pomace of Sagrantino grapes that give it an unmistakable balsamic flavour.
How our wines are born?
The grapes of Montioni Montefalco wines are grown in the hills of Montefalco (PG) at an altitude of 450 meters in native vines. The guiding principles of our Montioni wine production are clear: integrated agriculture techniques that limit the use of external inputs, such as herbicides and pesticides, as much as possible. The harvest is done exclusively by hand, while in the cellar the fermentation takes place in a completely natural way.