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Tenuta Santa LuciaOur Winery is located in the town of Poggio Mirteto (small town in the Sabina area which is twinned from 2003 with Canejan, a town located 15km from Bordeaux, France) in the province of Rieti, famous for the production of a great DOP olive oil. Easily reachable from Rome both by car and train. Tenuta Santa Lucia extends from the Sabine hills of Poggio Mirteto, in the valley of the Tevere river, and it produces a fine wine, result of care and wisdom. 45 ha of vineyards from which it collects excellent grapes to produce Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Cabernet, Alicante, Carignano, Falanghina, Sauvignon e Malvasia. Born thanks to the great effort of the Colantuono-Fiorelli family, the Vineyard was recently built following the most modern and advanced winemaking techniques. The main goal is to retrain the vineyards of the surrounding hills and to affirm and promote the potential of the Sabine wine production, already famous worldwide in olive oil production. Tenuta Santa Lucia grows only high quality wines, wines for wine lovers, wines for connoisseurs. Our wine is produced with love and dedication, from the first steps until bottling. 40 ha cultivated with different types of grapes to create different typology of wine: Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Cabernet, Alicante, Carignano, Falanghina, Sauvignon, Malvasia. The excellent production of wine is the result of a careful study on territory and of careful research on relation between production and vegetation. White Collis Pollionis, Red Collis Pollionis, Otio, Elodia, Morrone, Pecorino, Falanghina, White Miooo and Red Miooo, each of these wines has a peculiarity that make it special and excellent during a good lunch, an excellent dinner or an cheerful aperitif.
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Azienda Vinicola Casale del Giglio«As a child and young teenager the fields and lanes of the family estate, Casale del Giglio, were nothing more to Antonio Santarelli than a place where he could spend carefree weekends and indulge his budding passion for motorbike riding; but all that changed when he joined his father Dino in the family business. By then, a shrewd twenty-five year old, he knew instinctively that their unconventional land in the Agro Pontino valley, some 50 kms south of Rome, offered a unique opportunity to attempt something no-one had ever attempted before. The total lack of any vine growing tradition in the area meant that Antonio and his father could give free rein to their pioneering ideas. Some of the most famous ampelographers and university researchers of the day were convinced by these ideas and were inspired to join them in a research project which was launched in 1985 with the planting of close to 60 different experimental vines in Casale del Giglio’s soil. No scheme as bold and daring had ever been approached in such a scientific way before and Casale del Giglio’s young winemaker, Paolo Tiefenthaler, was to become its leading light. The believers in the endeavour were amply rewarded for their audacity however when they achieved their first significant results from the red grape varieties Syrah and Petit Verdot and from whites such as Sauvignon, Viognier and Petit Manseng. These varieties have given rise to monovarietal wines and to blends, all of which offer excellent value for money.
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Cantina Vinicola Casale Cento CorviL’Azienda vinicola Casale Cento Corvi viene fondata nel 2001 dalla famiglia Collacciani che, conscia del patrimonio storico ed enogastronomico di Cerveteri e forte dell’ esperienza di tre generazioni di viticoltori, si pone la mission di creare un’Azienda capace di credere nelle potenzialità di un territorio vocato alla viticoltura già da tremila anni per raggiungere, oggi, una produzione vinicola di alta qualità. Ogni elemento, nell’antico territorio Cerite, sembra concorrere a rendere i vigneti dell’Azienda tra i migliori in Italia: il terreno ricco di minerali; il clima mite particolarmente adatto all’agricoltura; le colline che avvolgono i vigneti, fungendo da barriera contro freddo e vento; la forza mitigatrice del mare che, trattenendo calore durante l’estate, offre ampio respiro e dona una peculiare sapidità alle uve. A ciò si aggiunge la passione per questa terra e le sue viti da parte della famiglia Collacciani, da generazioni impegnata nella produzione e lavorazione delle migliori uve al fine di donare ai propri clienti prodotti prestigiosi e di alta qualità. L’attività dell’ Azienda Casale Cento Corvi segue, infatti, i più alti standard qualitativi sia nel controllo dei processi di coltivazione che nella selezione delle uve, le quali vengono poi trasformate seguendo le più avanzate tecniche di vinificazione.
Il risultato di questo processo è un prodotto di alta qualità che racchiude la sua essenza nel sapore e nella genuinità. Le capacità imprenditoriali dei proprietari e il valore dei vini dell’ Azienda rendono l’etichetta Casale Cento Corvi un marchio di fiducia per tutti coloro che vogliono riscoprire in un bicchiere di vino la storia e la cultura di un territorio così antico che non smette mai di invecchiare.

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