Bordered Winery – Located between Fermo & Macerata
Cantina Bastianelli is a family-run wine estate nestled in the fertile wine region of Marche, between the borders of Fermo and Macerata. It is a small winery, producing high-quality wines and keeping the organoleptic characteristics of the grapes intact. The winery is a perfect example of traditions that meets modern techniques, which ensures maximum product typicality.
Cantina Bastianelli – Following a Long-Running Traditional Path of Viticulture
The viticulture practices have been in the Bastianelli family for many generations. Today, Francesco owns the winery, following the footsteps of his forefathers. Francesco’s grandfather was the first person in Marche to buy the combine harvester. Later Francesco’s father, Egidio, took over the business and rent a few vineyard parcels to sell grapes to other wineries. He was also the first in the Bastianelli family to try to make his own wine. In 2011, Francesco and wife Pamela established Cantina Bastianelli, supported by cousins and relatives, and fulfilled their father’s dream. They produce red, white, and rose wines to mirror the fertile terroirs of Marche.
The Company Consists of Three Parcels – Both Owned & Rented
The first vineyard plot is located beside the winery, where a wide variety of grapes are grown. The reds include Lacrima, Montepulciano, Merlot, Cabernet, Sangiovese, and Cannonau, while the whites are Pecorino, Verdicchio, Passerina, Malvasia di Candia, and Trebbiano. The second plot is in Monte San Giusto and consists of Maceratino varietal. The third parcel is dedicated to Sangiovese and Montepulciano and is situated along the Faleriense road.