Tenuta Murola in the hills of Marche
The Muròla winery is a 500-hectare estate owned by the Bonati-Mosiewcz family. It extends into the hills of the Marche region between the borders of Urbisaglia, Loro Piceno, Petriolo, and Mogliano. There are 100 hectares of vines that are between 15 and 18 years old and are situated at 250/300 meters above sea level. The characteristics of the vines of Muròla are based on the density of the cultivation of the vines, which are destined for the production of high-quality wines. The name Murola comes from a water source that dates back to the 18th century.
Local grapes grown in the vineyards
The Sorbatti family bought this land in the 17th century and started winemaking. The soil here is ideal for viticulture and works perfectly with the microclimate and exposure to sunlight. The vines are located in the best locations, including Grace, Vigna Mt., Vigna Levante, Vore, Vigne Vara, and the Miracle vineyard. The local grape varieties grown here include Ribona, Passerina, Pecorino, Merlot, Sangiovese, and Montepulciano.
A traditional and modern winery
The wine cellar is the place where the grapes are brought for vinification and producing their red, white, rose, and sparkling wines. The winery features temperature and humidity controlling systems that are vital for the fermentation and ageing of wines. Proper methods ensure the wines reach the desired taste and structure. Apart from the cellar and ageing room, the building features a beautiful tasting room to accommodate guests for wine tasting. It is the perfect place if you want to experience the natural beauty and distinct wines of the Marche area.