In perfect harmony with the culinary voyage proposed in the menu, the Monna Lisa offers an ample and sought-after selection of wines. The cellar, reflecting the nature of the dishes proposed by the chef, offers a variety of regional and international choices. We offer many illustrious labels from some the best vineyards across Italy, for example Blau&Blau Jermann, a wine of rare elegance, or the refined Sauvignon Voglar.
Our customers also have the opportunity of enjoying international wines. Our wine list evolves and is updated continuously, proof of our undying curiosity and determination to offer you the best combined gastronomic and enological experience. Our staff at Monna Lisa stand ready to advise our customers on the optimum choice of wine to drink with their selected dishes.
This House stands out in its capacity to produce a dependable combination of style and quality year after year, recreating the delicate bouquet, a unique combination of complexity and balance, freshness and distinction that is at the base of our ‘Brut Reserve’. It is characterised by a lovely golden straw colour, having a subtle sparkle, […]
A white wine of excellence, bright golden yellow in colour, with straw-coloured tones and an intense bouquet. It is a clean, pleasant, refined and elegant wine with opening notes of peach, pear and plum; followed by aromas of banana, pineapple, elderflower, aniseed and broom. The wine opens up to give honey, dry fruit and balsamic […]
Delicate floral and citrus fruits bouquet with a touch of honey; notable depth. Elegantly full-bodied, characterful with good acidity and a fresh and lingering finale. RossjBass can age well for 8 – 10 years.
A special wine created in 1985 by Count Giuseppe to celebrate his 50th wedding anniversary to his wife Franca, dedicated to her ‘with immense love’. The few bottles, produced specially for the occasion, were welcomed with such enthusiasm that it was decided to reproduce the wine in subsequent years. And so Nozze d’Oro was born. […]
Named after the old name of the area where the vines grow, at Egna one of the villages found along the ‘Strada del Vino’. The term has its origin in the expression ‘fogolar’ in the Trento dialect, meaning ‘hearth’. Originally the vines were all of the Schiava variety, a local grape that was subsequently completely […]
The Gaja family arrived in Piedmont more that 300 years ago from Spain. The vineyard started in ’61 making wine only from its own grapes. Since then they have achieved a presence on the international market. Gaja does not rely on alchemy in his cellar but on the highest quality of grape, not hesitating to […]
Blau & Blau has a quite rich, intense ruby colour. It has a harmonious winey bouquet, with grassy and woody notes. It is a full-bodied, well-balanced wine, with a dry elegant taste, and it goes well with our Central European cuisine. It is a particularly pleasing accompaniment to smoked pork loin with apple chutney, horseradish […]
Podere 414 is a truly iconic wine that encompasses the whole of the Tuscan Maremma, being infact generous in colour and body; whilst revealing its undoubted Mediterranean character it does not lose its elegance and, maintaining liveliness in the mouth, goes very well with robust disehes such as red meat or game.