Cantina Terracruda

Via Serre 28, 61040 Fratte Rosa, Marches, Italy, 01139721777412

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Description

ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE
Inspired by the principle of environmental sustainability, we built our winery below the ground so as to protect the integrity and charm of the surrounding landscape and ensure significant energy saving, with temperature naturally kept constant all the year round.

The facility was expressly designed for the future processing of grape bunches and the first part of winemaking to be made directly on the winery roof. This makes the filling of vats with must possible by the simple force of gravity, without needing any pressure pumps and serves the dual purpose of saving energy and improving quality.

TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION
The Terracruda winery uses leading-edge winemaking technology and tools without however overlooking tradition or losing touch with the surrounding environment.

HANDMADE GRAPE HARVEST
The selection of grapes is one of the key steps of winemaking. The planting density of our vineyards is 5,500 plants per hectare, which obviates many of the inconveniences caused by seasonality. Vine selection (in case of excessive output) takes place in late spring and harvest is made by handpicking at different stages for grapes to be selected on the basis of their actual ripening and quality and to be used separately for the production of various...

Wine

Grapes

  • Aleatico
  • Biancame
  • Incrocio Manzoni
  • Lacrima
  • Malvasia
  • Sangiovese

Red

  • Vettina, Pergola DOC, (Aleatico)
  • Ortaia, Pergola DOC Aleatico Superiore, (Aleatico)
  • Lubaco, Pergola DOC Aleatico Superiore, (Aleatico)
  • Orcio, Colli Pesaresi DOC Sangiovese, (Sangiovese)
  • Olpe, Colli Pesaresi DOC Sangiovese Riserva, (Sangiovese)
  • Profondo, Colli Pesaresi DOC Sangiovese Riserva, (Sangiovese)
  • Orcio senza solfiti aggiunti, IGT Marche (Aleatico, Sangiovese, Lacrima)

White

  • Boccalino, Bianchello di Metauro DOC (Biancame)
  • Campodarchi Superiore, Bianchello di Metauro DOC (Biancame)
  • Camodarchi Oro Superiore, Bianchello di Metauro DOC (Biancame)
  • Incrocio Bruni 54, IGT Marche (Incrocio Manzoni)

Rosé

  • Codazzo, Pergola DOC, (Aleatico)

Sparkling

  • Spumante Brut Bianco, (Biancame)
  • Spumante Brut Rosato, (Aleatico, Sangiovese)

Dessert

  • Vino da Uve Stramature Passito, (Biancame, Malvasia)

Wine activities

Wine and food pairing

Discovery ride

Wine Tasting

Old vintages tasting

Barriques wine tasting

Oenology workshop

Cellar visit

Vineyard visit

Wine tasting event

Harvesting

Vine and wine techniques and training

Wine museum on site

White truffle hunting

Map


Accommodation

Conveniences

Air-conditioning

Available kitchen

Heating - in winter

Laundry

Parking

Pets allowed

Pool and spa

Smoking allowed

Television

WiFi

ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE
Inspired by the principle of environmental sustainability, we built our winery below the ground so as to protect the integrity and charm of the surrounding landscape and ensure significant energy saving, with temperature naturally kept constant all the year round.

The facility was expressly designed for the future processing of grape bunches and the first part of winemaking to be made directly on the winery roof. This makes the filling of vats with must possible by the simple force of gravity, without needing any pressure pumps and serves the dual purpose of saving energy and improving quality.

TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION
The Terracruda winery uses leading-edge winemaking technology and tools without however overlooking tradition or losing touch with the surrounding environment.

HANDMADE GRAPE HARVEST
The selection of grapes is one of the key steps of winemaking. The planting density of our vineyards is 5,500 plants per hectare, which obviates many of the inconveniences caused by seasonality. Vine selection (in case of excessive output) takes place in late spring and harvest is made by handpicking at different stages for grapes to be selected on the basis of their actual ripening and quality and to be used separately for the production of various types of must/wine.

Grapes

Aleatico

Biancame

Incrocio Manzoni

Lacrima

Malvasia

Sangiovese



Red

  • Vettina, Pergola DOC, (Aleatico)
  • Ortaia, Pergola DOC Aleatico Superiore, (Aleatico)
  • Lubaco, Pergola DOC Aleatico Superiore, (Aleatico)
  • Orcio, Colli Pesaresi DOC Sangiovese, (Sangiovese)
  • Olpe, Colli Pesaresi DOC Sangiovese Riserva, (Sangiovese)
  • Profondo, Colli Pesaresi DOC Sangiovese Riserva, (Sangiovese)
  • Orcio senza solfiti aggiunti, IGT Marche (Aleatico, Sangiovese, Lacrima)

White

  • Boccalino, Bianchello di Metauro DOC (Biancame)
  • Campodarchi Superiore, Bianchello di Metauro DOC (Biancame)
  • Camodarchi Oro Superiore, Bianchello di Metauro DOC (Biancame)
  • Incrocio Bruni 54, IGT Marche (Incrocio Manzoni)

Rosé

  • Codazzo, Pergola DOC, (Aleatico)

Sparkling

  • Spumante Brut Bianco, (Biancame)
  • Spumante Brut Rosato, (Aleatico, Sangiovese)

Dessert

  • Vino da Uve Stramature Passito, (Biancame, Malvasia)

Wine and food pairing

Discovery ride

Wine Tasting

Old vintages tasting

Barriques wine tasting

Oenology workshop

Cellar visit

Vineyard visit

Wine tasting event

Harvesting

Vine and wine techniques and training

Wine museum on site

White truffle hunting

Conveniences

Air-conditioning

Available kitchen

Heating - in winter

Laundry

Parking

Pets allowed

Pool and spa

Smoking allowed

Television

WiFi