Our Vineyard

Mountain vineyard, cultivated at an average of 650 Meters avove S.L., in San Vicino Mountain nature reserve.


Its features

Verdicchio di Matelica has certain peculiarities due to the pedoclimatic conditions, indeed the valley of Matelica, named Sinclinale Camerte, is the only one in the whole region running parallel to the sea.
This geographical feature determines a continental microclimate, not affected by the air streams coming from the Adriatic sea.
Years of implant
Calcareous clay
In Rows
Hectares of Verdicchio
Plants per hectare

Amore per il Territorio

Our Verdicchio di Matelica Doc goes beyond a simple wine, it is the tale of territory, the expression of a way of being, a philosophy of good living.
We work in the full respect of nature, being responsible of environmental protection.

We pursue sustainable agriculture fiercely and we think that everybody should embrace this attitude.

The company has always practiced organic production.
In 2013 we launched the first bottles of Verdicchio on the market. In 2016 we got the organic certification, after 3 years of organic production.

Nowadays the company extends on 10 hectares planted with vines intended for Verdicchio and 0,5 hectares intended for Merlot.

The history

of Verdicchio di Matelica

Verdicchio is one of the few white wines boasting a fully autochthonous history, this is evinced by the finding of some seeds of vine in Villa Clara grave in 1998 in Matelica area. The finding was dated back to Picen Age in VIII century B.C.
However, the certified presence of Verdicchio vineyard in Matelica dates back to XVI century.
It is in 1579 that there is trace of a notarial contract, in Matelica, where the word "Verdicchio" is mentioned for the first time, it is in this period that the vine takes its role in the rural and business economy of the area, ceasing to be for the exclusive use of the Clergy and Nobles and accessing instead the habits of the wider community.

In July 1967 the D.P.R. 21 recognizes the DOC to Verdicchio di Matelica, one year earlier than its cousin Verdicchio Castelli di Jesi. It is the first wine of the region to open this new page of regional viticulture.

The awards for this fantastic wine continue incessantly over time, in 2015 it was again the most awarded white wine in Italy.