In the Le Marche region, which benefits from both the Adriatic Sea and the Apennine Mountains, Daniela Quaresima and Alessandro Bonci, with the support of an orchestra of supporters, cultivate 6 ha of vineyards at an altitude of 400 m, in an area famous for Verdicchio called Cupramontana, since the establishment of a community of Benedictine monks called Camaldoli at the end of the 12th century.
They cultivate in an organic and biodynamic way a vineyard of the San Michele cru, mainly of the Verdicchio white variety (5 ha) and 1 ha of the Montepulciano red grape, in addition to 2 ha for sowing and 2 ha of olive trees, seeking to restore an expression of uniqueness in the wines, luminosity and peasant solidarity.
A collective and dynamic project, with pure and accessible wines, which reveals the beautiful potential of this region, whose beauty is beginning to attract the attention of those curious about preserved nature.
Capovolto : a Verdicchio fermented and aged for 7 to 8 months in stainless steel with a period of 4 months in the bottle
Passolento : a Verdicchio fermented and aged for 12 months in wooden barrels and then aged for 12 months in the bottle.
Bastiancontrario : a red from Montepulciano fermented and aged for 8 months in stainless steel after a brief maceration, followed by aging for one year in bottle.
La Fuga : a rosé from Montepulciano bottled after aging for 8 months in stainless steel.