Padosé, located in Seregno, was born from the desire to offer its guests a wide selection of wines from around the world, focusing on small artisanal productions that showcase the original territory.
In 2019, Lorenzo, a sommelier, opened the doors of his wine bar in Brianza intending to create a community passionate about niche and artisanal productions that have a story to tell.
Padosè was born from the desire to offer our guests a wide selection of wine from over the world, that come from small realities, artisanal productions that know how to value their territory. This wine selection is paired with a dynamic and flexible cuisine that follows the seasons using only fresh ingredients. We want to allow our guests to discover something new and get excited about food and wine.
The territorial component is fundamental: everything served must be able to express the best of its place of origin, both on the plate and in the glass. Padosè deliberately emphasizes local productions that can introduce something new and thrilling to its guests.
How would you define the connection between food and wine?
The connection between food and wine is the link that allows us to completely enjoy the gastronomic experience.
What is the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Franciacorta Castello Bonomi?
Tradition, territory and synergy.
Why choose Castello Bonomi’s Franciacorta?
I chose Castello Bonomi's Franciacorta wines because they are the result of a pure Franciacorta tradition that doesn't bend to temporary trends. Their wines have a precise character, that is recognizable, and are produced using the highest quality standard in the market.