“Settembrini is not only a meeting place and a social space but also your home. A place best experienced and discovered little by little, an engaging, laid back, carefree world and a place full of history and events, of food and kitchens, of wines and cellars, of pantries and living rooms. We love to believe that walking into one of our locations is like walking into your own home. Our home…”
Just as if you were at home we’d love to see you take the via Settembrini, visit curious kitchen and cellar, make a nice stop in the dining room, looking out from his sunlit terrace by day and the lights in the evening, sit down for a cup of tea in our living room. Then you will discover the pantry, to smile between stories, bottles, products and curious objects. In sunny veranda guests can relax with an enjoyable read with a coffee, surrounded by beauty.
THE WINE CELLAR
100 Champagnes and 400 wine bottles of which around 60% come from Bourgoyne. They company in an intimate environment in which to have a chat and listen to good music. Man and the Earth. The winery’s philosophy revolves around this thought Settembrini. Territories and winemakers expression of the work in the vineyard and genuineness. A look primarily towards the North, which often crosses the Alps. That’s why once a week, usually Tuesday or Wednesday from 20.00 to 21.30, Cantina Settembrini open the door and especially her bottles, curious and fans who want to taste and share unique and unobtainable wines, selected by Luca Boccoli, incomparable storyteller of wine, grapes and wine growers.
“The barman prepares classic cocktails and contemporary inventions. The space is a clever mix of warmth and simplicity. You eat surrounded by black and white photographs and you drink wines selected with particular care…”
“The dishes are fun and suited to the lifestyles of today: great raw materials, net flavors, balanced cooking and original recipes. A variety that does not scare why more inspired by the quality. The restaurant often organizes social evenings and meetings with producers and cooks…”
web site: http://viasettembrini.com/en/