Gazosa Monti, lemonade that sounds and tastes like holidays, open air swimming pool and endless summer nights. It has long been part of Switzerland’s culinary heritage. Like no other soft drink, Gazosa stands for pure joie de vivre. Enjoy it ice-cold!
In Gazosa Monti the spirit of Bartolomeo Monti (1863-1946), mayor, winemaker, wine merchant and operator of the legendary Grotto Monti in Magliaso TI, lives on. Consistently he only served what the surrounding farms, fields and vineyards could provide. And his Gazosa: fresh spring water, fruity aromas, sugar – that’s it! With this he filled even at that time the unmistakable glass bottles with a set of wires, added a dash of carbon dioxide and the colourful lemonade was ready.
On warm summer evenings, when the pergola cast long shadows, the villagers liked to meet in the Grotto Monti for a Boccalino or a sparkling Gazosa. The local origin of the products was always accompanied by short distribution channels. The empties have always been valuable. Swing-top bottles were reused almost endlessly and the beverage production was virtually waste-free. A simple model with low consumption of resources, which his great-grandson Roberto has now rediscovered in times of climate change under the term of circular economy. The low-price bottle deposit promotes this.
The legendary Gazosa
The original reinterpreted.
The Bartolomeo Monti Magliaso Community is 100% committed to a circular business model. With Gazosa Monti, they relaunch the pioneer limo and bring the original closer to the customer of Gazosa. Made where you live.
Free of preservatives and colored with fruit and vegetables.
Locally produced and transported no further than 100 kilometers. Honest circular economy.
Filled exclusively in returnable glass swing-top bottles with CHF 0.50 deposit.
Thanks to the simple and sustainable Gazosa from 1897, the unique concept of regional production sites and the consistent use of returnable swing-top bottles, the enjoyable Gazosa tradition can be continued in a climate-friendly manner.
Gazosa, originally from the south of Switzerland, is produced without any climate-damaging transalpine transport, in the most environmentally friendly way possible and close to the consumer, at various locations north of the Alps.