Grechetto

Umbria I.G.T.

Grechetto

From the Grechetto grapes of our hillsides comes this fresh white wine, fragrant and complex.

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Monterone

Colli del Trasimeno D.O.C.

Monterone

Originating from an ancient Grechetto clone belonging to the historical vineyard, “Monterone”, comes one of the most prestigious expressions of this native Umbrian vine.

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Nero Cavalieri

Umbria I.G.T. Pinot Nero

Nero Cavalieri

Created to pay homage to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, this wine demonstrates the extraordinary potential of the Pinot Nero grapes cultivated in the Lake Trasimeno area.

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Novecento

Umbria IGT Rosso

Novecento

“Novecento Rosso“ is a well-structured and complex red and can surely be positioned among the premium quality segment of Umbrian wines.

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Belfiore Rosato

Umbria I.G.T.

Belfiore Rosato

The Gamay is a very old cultivar, mentioned as long ago as the 15th century and used today to produce distinctive wines, especially when planted on specific soils to help soften its naturally high acidity.

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Chardonnay

Umbria I.G.T.

Chardonnay

The terrain, the microclimate, and the unique position of the Capannacce and Tre Pezzi vineyards, where this grape is cultivated, create conditions that result in a wonderful example of the varietal.

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Morcinaia

Colli del Trasimeno D.O.C.

Morcinaia

“Morcinaia”, a well-structured and complex red, can undoubtedly be in- cluded among the premium quality Umbrian wines.

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Sangiovese

Umbria I.G.T.

Sangiovese

One of the later grapes to ripen, Sangiovese is usually harvested during the latter part of September at Castello di Magione.

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Moroneto

Umbria I.G.T.

Moroneto

This bright red blend is produced on the hills overlooking Lake Trasimeno, while the Sangiovese grows in the important production area of Torgiano, Umbria.

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Vin Santo

Colli del Trasimeno D.O.C.

Vin Santo

Vin Santo has a long history of production in Umbria, Tuscany and Lazio. In the Middle Ages, a wine similar to Vin Santo was used during religious services in Castello di Magione’s Romanesque chapel and served to its visitors.

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