The development of Rocca delle Macìe as a commercial venture has been characterized from the outset by, on the one hand, a relationship of reciprocal respect with the terroir, and, on the other, by a consistent commitment towards improving product quality through innovation in the cellars.
The successes that Rocca delle Macìe has achieved as a winery are based, first and foremost, on the painstaking approach we take in the vineyards. This quality-oriented approach dictates low yields per hectare, green harvest and leaf removal being performed during the summer months and a manual harvest directed by expert winegrowers. Our team of winemakers and cellar persons follow up the hard work done in the vineyards by adopting an equally meticulous attitude in the cellars, which have been expanded and modernized over the years and now feature state-of-the-art fermentation equipment to ensure precise control of the must, as well as modern maturation vessels to ensure optimum ageing.
Indeed, as part of the ongoing endeavor to manage production and interpret consumer requirements as effectively as possible, in 2002 Rocca delle Macìe commissioned the construction of a new cellar dedicated to the ageing of a special selection of red wines. The cutting-edge maturation area, located on the Le Tavolelle estate, has the capacity to house almost one thousand barriques.
A very pleasant wine, light and refreshing, perfect if served as an aperitif during hot summer days. Bianco Bianco, produced in the province of Pavia on behalf of Rocca delle Macìe, is enjoyable in every moment of the day and thanks to its fine perlage is a good companion of fish and vegetables fry or fresh cheeses
Bright ruby-red in color, with ripe berry fruit overtones and a strong mineral note, it is an elegant wine that lasts and lasts on the palate. It has a verve and a character that allow it to mature over time without losing its fascination
This wine provides proof positive of how Sangiovese succeeds in expressing different aspects of its character depending on the soil in which it is cultivated, the different clones used and the type of vinification applied Special offer Nelle Terre Etrusche
This wine was born along with the winery, and has grown with it over the years, becoming the ambassador that represents it around the world. Today, we have arrived at a lively, ruby-red wine that expresses character, freshness and terroir, and is laden with aromas of cherry and violet
Vernaiolo is one of the longest-standing members of the Rocca delle Macìe family, and has always served as the winery's most traditional example of Chianti. Its name derives from the Latin vernāle, meaning 'of spring' and indicating the period of the year in which the Chianti, having got through the winter, was bottled
The grapes involved in the Moonlite blend come from Tuscany selected vineyards. The wine is produced following the most advanced fermentation techniques for white wines. It goes perfectly with dishes based on seafood, appetizers, soft cheeses and white meats. It is the best choice for an aperitif
A small area in the municipality of Montepulciano in south-eastern Tuscany – characterized by the extraordinary richness of a unique artistic legacy and natural heritage – is the birthplace of wines of quite exceptional quality, 'noble' wines indeed Special offer Nelle Terre Etrusche
Defined by Italian poet Gabriele D’Annunzio as 'Italian sunshine in a bottle', Orvieto has been lauded by poets, artists and illustrious individuals since ancient times. Rocca delle Macìe's Orvieto Classico is made on selected estates from grapes harvested in the historic production zone. This fresh, fruity wine is ideal as an aperitif
Sasyr…'the discovery of another world' – so states the advertising for this wine. Some have called it a 'wine for women': even if that definition can have numerous (and not fully congruent) interpretations, perhaps – if we think in terms of its 'otherness' – more than a 'wine for women' we like to refer to it as a 'Vino Donna', a wine with a feminine soul
Ser Gioveto was conceived in 1985 by Italo as a tribute to his son Sergio, who began working alongside him at the helm of the winery in that year. That said, the given name of this wine is also a reference to the archaic name of Sangiovese – 'Sangioveto' – which was the main grape chosen to make the new wine
Our Vernaccia is a very enjoyable wine with a straw-yellow color and golden reflections. The aroma is refined and delicate, with fruity and floral overtones, whereas the palate is dry, well-balanced and full-flavored. The almond scent of the finish is highly characteristic