Musé is a local dialect expression and it derives from the words Muso, Musino, Musetto, that in the Italian language are used to describe the delicate and gentle features of a girl’s face.
This 100% Sangiovese gets its name from the latin expression “Nullius Diocesis”, used for indicating the religious autonomy of a town, literally “not belonging to any diocese”.
The Theca Nummaria was the safe where important documents were kept. Montepulciano and Sangiovese grapes, which are the basis of our wine is, are the precious expressions of the territory.
Signator was the notary, the man that guaranteed the legality of papers, making sure that things were “done properly” during the transfer of land from father to son. A nice blend of Sangiovese and Montepulciano.
Peko’ gets its name from the grapevine Pecorino, whose story begins in the Piceno tradition of sheep-farming. In fact the story says that during the transhumance in our lands, the ripened grape was the animals’ favourite food.
The Servator was the curator of public documents. Only he who represented the historical memory of the territory could give his name to our wine made from 100% Passerina grapes, a native vine, grown in the Marche.
When we talk about our region, no one really ever thinks of it as a Spumante producing region. Incredibly, instead, it is such a place. Our spumante tradition was born way before the Franciacorta production in the 70s.
When we talk about our region, no one really ever thinks of it as Spumante producing region. Incredibly, instead, it is such a place. Our spumante tradition was born way before the Franciacorta production in the 70s.