The agricultural farm Madonnabruna cultivates its vineyards in the sweet hills around Fermo, behind the Adriatic sea, in the Region Marche, at an altitude between 100 and 300 metres from the sea level. The sea breezes that caress the vineyards, the mild climate and the fertile grounds make our hills the ideal place for the cultivation of the grapevine.
Our vineyards, more than 140.000 mq, are raised with the technique of the Cordone speronato and the limited production is due to careful reduction of the buds and fruits.
During the pruning, buds are strongly reduced, allowing the control of the production and permitting an excellent ripening of the grapes. All the field of the farm are cultivated following production methods for low environmental impact.
In our farm we cultivate vines of the varieties Montepulciano, Sangiovese, Pecorino e Passerina that are the history of this territory enology. In our very new wine cellar we transform grapes exclusively of our production. The process of creation of the wines is achieved according to the most modern techniques, with all the recent technologies and using the low temperature in several moment of the process. Moreover, we very carefully follow the phases of the maturation of the wines that, for red wines, takes place in small oak barrels in a special cellar, at constant and controlled temperature.
From this commitment our red wines are: "Moresco" is a reserve, mainly produced with grapes Montepulciano and Sangiovese, matured in small barrels for at least 18 months; "Portese" a red wine produced with grapes Montepulciano, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, "Cugnolo" a DOC wine produced essentially with Montepulciano, Sangiovese and small additions of Merlot.
The with wines are: “Rivafiorita” an IGT with Passerina 80% and Pecorino 20% grapes, “Maree” 100% Pecorino, and "Roccatiepolo" a DOC wine produced with grapes Pecorino, Passerina and Trebbiano.