History
History
From the roots of the past we cultivate the vines of the future
Territories and vineyards
Territories and vineyards
Between Marche and Abruzzo we find the richness of our typical and indigenous wines
Cellar
Cellar
Three cellars for three territories.
Castelli di Jesi, Conero and Abruzzo
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Umani Ronchi, Wine Producers in Marche and Abruzzo. The Umani Ronchi story is one of ancient vines, land and people. Seasons waxing and waning. Harvests changing. Wines coming into being. The story began more than half a century ago at Cupramontana, in the heart of Verdicchio Classico country.

Red Wines

Red Wines

Umani Ronchi red wines usually come from the Montepulciano grape. An elegant and rich variety typical of Marche and Abruzzo.

White Wines

White Wines

Umani Ronchi whites, Verdicchio and other, are the result of a really professional and passionate work from the vineyards to the cellar.

Sparkling Wines

Sparkling Wines

After many years of experimentation with the Verdicchio and Chardonnay grapes, today our sparkling wines have a clear, deep and elegant character.

The Winery

Designed following the principles of destructured architecture and built by excavating the hillside underneath the vineyard around Osimo headquarters, the Wine Cellar stands out as a real architectural jewel and shows the aim of Umani Ronchi for the research and innovation.

The Winery

MAGAZINE

26/01/2017
"Baccalá in potacchio" and Verdicchio Vecchie Vigne
A dish and a wine that deeply belong to the Marche region. Francesco Quercetti suggests this great combination in slowfood.it
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20/01/2017
Our wines in a journey among Poland and Estonia
January 24th in Warsaw with "Let's Taste Italy" and January 26th in Tallinn with “Let's drink Italy”. A double appointment with the Italian wine
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16/01/2017
Umani Ronchi and Slow Food USA tour 2017
From January 24th to February 1st we'll travel among San Francisco and New York City for the Slow Wine guide presentation
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