Gasthof Goldener Löwe
Pinot Noir leads the way to this renowned culinary destination. From the vineyards you can directly enter the traditional dining room.
The landscape of Montagna is characterised by vineyards full of Pinot Noir, sunny hills and well looked-after gardens, and the ancient Goldener Löwe Guesthouse on the village square. Constructed in the 14th century, the guesthouse plays an important role in the history of this small village at the South Tyrolean Wine Road.
This becomes obvious when entering the dining room: here you dine in the presence of the noble Habsburg family. The impressive frescos with their coat of arms dating back to the 16th century were only recently unveiled.
In this historic ambience you can enjoy the traditional cuisine offered by host and chef de cuisine Harald Pichler. He successfully combines South Tyrolean cuisine with Italian influences.