Winery Bruscia: in the heart of Marche region
The winery Bruscia in the Marche area represents a family tradition that dates back to the 19th century. Each of the four generations has put in a lot of effort into winemaking. A strong spirit and enthusiasm led the family to buy more land and develop viticulture in their 30-hectare winery. Dino and Osvaldo Tullio are the founders of the winery, and currently, both of their sons run the winery and continue the family business.
Organic certified wines
A new cellar was built that spanned over 800 sq. meters and is the place where the wines are made. With an improvement in wines every year and great tradition and quality, Bruscia won many national and international awards for its wines. The region has great soil, sun exposure, and a climate perfect for vine cultivation. At the winery, work is done with organic methods that are certified by the Soil and Health Authority. Since 2012, their wines are labeled organic and use the logo that ensures the product is BIO.
Organic farming also helps in preserving the environment
Perfect balance between tradition and modernity
The winery gets its grapes from vineyards in San Costanzo locality. For white wine, Bianchello is the main grape along with Malvasia and Incrocio Bruni. The red wines are made with Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Merlot, Lacrima di Morro, etc. The winery is equipped with the best machinery and technology required for winemaking. The winemakers are experienced with the capability of finding the right balance between tradition and modernity for the wines. This is what makes wines from Brusica really special and distinct.