Masi Wine Bar Munich Elegant wine indulgence in Maximilianstrasse

Wednesday, November 23 2022

On Thursday, November 24, 2022, Masi Wine Bar Munich will host an exclusive wine tasting AMARONE URBAN STYLE with matching 3-course menu, personally led by Alessandra Boscaini from the 7th generation of the family that runs Masi. Start: 7:00 pm (cost: 65 euros per person). In 2023, further dates will follow.

Opening Times

Monday to Saturday: 11.00am - 11.00pm


Masi Wine Bar Munich
Maximilianstr. 40
80539 Munich-Altstadt
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+49 89 230 325 65

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To be a leader in a field, it requires skill and passion. The Boscaini family from Veneto produces iconic wines with both - their expertise and their heart and soul - and this already in the sixth, seventh and eighth generation. Since the summer of 2021, their first-class drops from Valpolicella near Lake Garda can now also be tasted in Munich at the Masi Wine Bar in the exclusive Maximilianstrasse.

As one of the first winemakers ever, the Boscaini family brought the famous Amarone to Germany. The ruby red, velvety drop is considered the king of Italian red wines and enjoys a first-class reputation worldwide.

In addition to its taste, the process is also notable: in Valpolicella, at the Masi winery, Amarone is created using the traditional appassimento method, which was already used by the ancient Romans. For this, the grapes are air-dried on bamboo panels for at least 100 days so that they lose a large part of their water content, concentrating their extract as an effect.

This top wine and around 50 other labels can be found in Maximilianstrasse - and the best thing is that each of their fine wines, which can also be ordered by the glass, is accompanied by a harmonious Venetian-inspired dish from the kitchen of Masi Wine Bar Munich - starting with starters such as classic Cicchetti or an antipasti platter with homemade Campofiorin wine jelly (to die for! ) to pasta stuffed with chestnuts, Amarone risotto, and dessert courses like tiramisu and millefeuille cake.

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Just as appealing as Masi's culinary offerings is the ambience, with classy black and red tones, dark wood, and a glassed-in wine counter in the back of the restaurant. In good weather, a glass of Lugana Beldosso, a Spumante Conte Federico, or an Amarone (or two) can be enjoyed on the covered terrace with a view of the historic buildings of Maximilianstrasse or in the quiet courtyard.

But Masi Wine Bar Munich is not only the place to have an aperitivo but also to celebrate informal family dinners and formal corporate events or festive Christmas parties. Also charming are the many local Masi winery products, which can be purchased directly at the Wine Bar Munich. In addition to homemade olive oil, jams and honey, especially the high-quality wines are an excellent gift idea, all year round.

The Masi Wine Bar Munich is just a place with style, where the infamous Dolce Vita flair, which connects Munich and Italy, comes into its own quite excellently. Every guest can find refined pleasures in luxurious surroundings within the so-called Masi Wine Experience framework.

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