In the Italian wine overview, Franciacorta, Suvereto and Sannio beneventano are three dynamic areas for viticulture.
They have very different productive philosophies but each has its own personal one. Italian wines are now recognised at every latitude of the world, but it is the specific personality of each land that make them unique. It is duty of each winemaker to express a personal productive philosophy by understanding his/her own vineyards and communicating the landscape where grow up grapes that will give birth to every wine. Since almost twenty years, we are winemakers with our own vineyards. As Family Muratori, we own three Estates with our own vineyards and three different winemaking wineries that are opened to visitors for guided tour and wine tastings. In Franciacorta, in Adro (Brescia), the Tenuta Villa Crespia is dedicated to the exclusive production of Metodo Franciacorta. In the town of Suvereto (Livorno) is located the Tenuta Rubbia a Colle for the production of red wines from Sangiovese grapes and Bordeaux blends. In Sannio beneventano Tenuta Oppida Aminea produces exclusively “yellow” wines from local grapes: Fiano, Greco, Falanghina and Coda di Volpe.