We take you to discover of two wineries in our area that are characterized by history and culture.
It is a company founded in the middle of the IX century, with its vineyards located in the Natural Park of Monte San Bartolo. The main red grape is Pinot Noir, whose clones, imported into the area at the beginning of IX century by Napoleon, have been retained by Mancini for five generations. After two centuries of adaptation this Pinot Noir is now rightly considered a local grape.
The roots of a family, the story of a company between past and present. Antonio Bacchini was the founder of the present Estate, which he identified with the family name until the end of 1800. Then “the Tenuta” became the summer residence of Monsignor Francesco Bacchini (born in 1834) grandfather of the current owners. The vineyards cover an area of about 85 hectares. "Red berry" varieties are: Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Terrano. The "white berry" varieties are: Trebbiano Romagnolo, Pignoletto, Bombino Bianco, Chardonnay and Riesling.