Territories and vineyards



Roseto degli Abruzzi e Morro d'Oro



The Montipagano estate embraces 27 hectares that have been farmed organically since they were first planted. The location on the slopes of a south-facing hillslope near Roseto degli Abruzzi is close to the picturesque village of Montipagano with views onto the Gran Sasso d'Italia massif.

The principal vine variety is montepulciano, for which two tried and tested training systems have been adopted: low-cordon upwards-trained and spur pruned; and long-pruned overhead trellis.


Grape variety
Montepulciano 23 hectares, Trebbiano 2 hectares, Pecorino 2 hectares
Soil type
Deep, medium-textured, clayey, sandy in parts, calcareous with a small fraction of alluvial pebbles
150-200 metres above sea level
Planting's year
1989 and 2004
Planting's patterns
2.5 metres between the rows, 0.8 metres between the vines; 2.5 metres between the rows; 2.5 metres between the vines (overhead trellis)
Vine density
5,000 plants per hectare (rows); 1,600 plants per hectare (overhead trellis)
Training systems
Cordon-trained and spur-pruned (rows); long-pruned (overhead trellis)
Grape yield
60-90 quintals per hectare (rows); 120-140 quintals per hectare (overhead trellis)

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