The best wineries in Lombardy

Discover Premier Wineries of Lombardy to Visit

Wineries in Lombardy2021-03-07T19:28:11+00:00

Explore the Best Wineries in Lombardy

Lombardy is one of Italy’s largest and most populated regions located in north-central Italy, primarily known for its sparkling wines from Franciacorta and Oltrepo-Pavese. Riviera del Garda Classico Chiaretto, Valcalepio Bianco, Oltrepò Pavese Metodo Classico, Rosso di Valtellina and Valtellina Superiore are some exemplary appellation of the region. Wineries in Lombardy are always open for guests and share their wines and winemaking history. You will find many amazing wineries near Milan or Como as well as hundreds of other attractions to visit throughout the region.

Are you searching for tips or advice on wineries and vineyards to visit during your holiday to Lombardy?
We have provided a list of wineries in Lombardy open for visitors with direct booking options through our website. At WineTourism.com, we are available to answer any questions and help guide you towards the best fit when planning your wine region experience in Lombardy. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of unforgettable Lombardy!

aerial view of vineyard and casa vinicola pietro nera

Casa Vinicola Pietro Nera, one of our partner wineries in Lombardy, located near Chiuro

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Producing high-quality artisanal wines from ten years within Mantua DOC region.

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Strada Zottole 93, San Benedetto Po, Mantua, 46027, Italy

Storing and aging wines in a medieval 15th-century cellar, which used to be monastery.

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Località Cascina Ceresa, 8, Pozzolengo, Brescia, 25010, Italy

Cantina Ricchi, a beautiful balance of traditions and technology

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Farm Rich F.lli Stefanoni S.S., Str. Festoni, 13/D, 46040 Monzambano, MN, Italia

Producing delicious wines from four generations in four regions of Italy.

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Triacca Via Gatta, 33, 23030 Teglio, Bianzone SO, Italia

Discover the winery that delivers 60,000 bottles of wines every year.

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Localita' Preseglie, Cascina Le Preseglie Di Bordignon C, Desenzano Del Garda, Brescia, Lombardy, 25015, Italy

Explore the winery that covers a massive land of 826 hectares.

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Conte Vistarino, 27040 Villa Fornace, PV, Italia

Mattia Vezola’s vision of excellence in Italian winemaking

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Via Della Costa 1/A, Moniga Del Garda, Brescia, Lombardy, 25080, Italy

Discover the unique farmhouse of the Defilippi winery, laced with ancient frescoes.

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Frazione Fossa 8, Oliva Gessi, Pavia, 27050, Italy

Producing organic wines in a historic farmhouse of the 1600s.

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Via Cerri, 2, Scanzorosciate, Bergamo, Lombardy, 24020, Italy

Discover an ancient winery, restored on a Palace that was built in the early 1700s.

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Via Garibaldi 64, Castenedolo, Brescia, 25014, Italy

Discover the winery’s new Lounge, surrounded by organic oasis.

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Ronco Calino, Via Fenice, ADRO, Brescia, Italia

Explore the ancient village - Il Fontanile, the house of the Tallarini winery.

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Via Fontanile 10, Gandosso, Bergamo, 24060, Italy

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How to Reach Wineries in Lombardy

Wineries in Lombardy are easily accessible by different means of transportation.

Lombardy is home to Italy’s four busiest airports.

– Milano Malpensa Airport is an intercontinental airport. The airport connects Africa, Asia, and North America, and across Europe, where it is served by full-service and low-fare carriers.

– Milano Linate is Milan’s city airport mostly served by business-oriented flights to European major commercial centers.

– Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport is served almost exclusively by low-fare carriers, taking advantage of its proximity to both Milan and the Alps.

– Despite only Linate being in the city and province of Milan, all three airports are marketed as serving the city. One can easily get to other destinations in the province from them, without necessarily changing in Milan. There is also a small airport in Brescia.

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Like in any other region, also here, the most comfortable way to reach the countrysides and explore the wineries of Lombardy is by car.

Milan acts as a road hub with motorways crossing in from all directions. Traffic from elsewhere in Italy and from nearby France and Switzerland crosses this hub. The toll roads are operated by Società Autostrade per l’Italia. 

  • It takes around 2 hours to reach Franciacorta from Milan and visit some of the best wineries in Lombardy, where you will be able to taste the exclusive Lombardian bubbles.
  • You will need more or less 2 hours to reach wineries near Garda Lake too.
  • In around 1 hour you can visit the cozy village of Scanzorosciate, near Bergamo, and taste unique Moscato di Scanzo.

Milan, the capital of Lombardy, is served by Trenitalia and NTV, both of which are based at Milano Centrale. There are other long-distance companies, such as SNCF as well. Finally, regional transport is operated by Trenord, which runs the entire regional train network.

The main railway station is Milano Centrale. It serves all Italian cities including Turin, Venice, Rome, Naples, and Florence with regular express and fast trains. There are international services to Zurich, Geneva, Munich, Vienna, Marseille by Trenitalia and NTV. Trenord runs regional trains to Lecco, Sondrio, Tirano, Bergamo, Brescia and other cities. Once you reach Milan, regional train lines is the most comfortable way to reach smaller towns to visit wineries in Lombardy.

Milano Porta Garibaldi regional and national trains and some commuter lines. There are trains to the main centres of Lombardy like Como, Bergamo, Lecco, Varese, Pavia, Lodi and to Malpensa airport.

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Read More about Wineries in Lombardy

Everything you need to know about wineries in Lombardy.

Lombardy is a very good travel destination all year round and the best time to explore wineries in Lombardy is between May and September. The summer is too hot for sightseeing and winter is cold and grey. Cities come alive during the spring season with lots of festivals and outdoor music.

A big number of Wineries in Lombardy are located near the lake Garda surrounded by fascinating mountains, where vines have been cultivated on the shores of the lake for centuries. Most of the wineries in Lombardy are backed with tradition and values, they follow organic and biodynamic philosophy. 

Visiting wineries in Lombardy will open a whole new world of winemaking techniques, philosophies with their great history and rich culture.

If you want to know what makes Lombardy wines so special, take a guided tour offered by the wineries and unmask the process that goes into a fine bottle of wine. Wineries in Lombardy have a tasting room but you can try their wines outdoors as well. Use the details from our website as the basis for your next expedition, so you visit different areas in turn and taste the wines made by different wineries.

There are lots of wineries in Lombardy along the wine route that offer accommodation. You can always buy your favorite Lombardy wine directly from the winery which can be taken home as a souvenir.

Lombardy is famous around the world for its bubbly sparkling wines. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Bianco are the most widely used grapes in production of Franciacorta wines.

Lombardian wineries also use:

– Sangiovese
– Trebbiano
– Tocai Friuliano
– Garganega
– Merlot
– Molinara
– Schiava
– Barbera
– Nebbiolo
– Chiavennasca
– Cabernet Franc
– Cabernet Sauvignon

Despite the popularity of Franciacorta sparkling wines, wineries in Lombardy also produce a wide array of white, red, and rose wines from local as well as international grape varieties.

Some words to remember before you Wineries in Lombardy:

  • “Vino”- Wine
  • “Cantina” – Winery
  • “Vigna” – Vine
  • “Vigneto” – Vineyard
  • “Uva” – Grape
  • “Vino Bianco” – White wine
  • “Vino Rosso” – Red wine
  • “Rosé” – Rosé wine
  • “Strada del Vino/dei Vini” – Wine route
  • “Salute!” or “Cin Cin” – Cheers!

Frequently Asked Questions about Wineries in Lombardy

Selection of the most frequently asked questions about Wineries in Lombardy.

Most of the wineries in Lombardy are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare a visit to a winery in Lombardy is to book your visit in advance on our website.

These wineries in Lombardy are open to the public with booking in advance:

This is our selection of small & boutique wineries in Lombardy that you can visit:

Use our interactive Lombardy winery map to browse wineries near Milano, Bergamo and Mantova.