Winemaking heritage for four generations
The Bonci family started winemaking four generations ago in Cupramontana in Marche’s heart, which is the homeland of the noble Verdicchio grape. Domenico Bonci developed his wine production techniques and started the family business. Bonci family was the first to believe in the production of wines based on the land of origin by creating Grand Cru that made the history of Verdicchio, including the San Michele Classico Superiore DOC (the best terroir in the Marche Region for the production of this grape variety) and the Pietrone Riserva DOCG. Also, Vallerosa Bonci produces 3 lines of sparkling wine Metodo Classico that have received multiple awards over the years.
Artistic Winemaking With Perfect Balance of Tradition and History With Modern Technology
The company currently owns 30 hectares of vineyards, and 26 are dedicated to the Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico DOCG. The vineyards are at the perfect height, and the combination of the soil and microclimate allows for high-level cultivation of vines. Traditions and modern techniques allow them to grow the best grapes required for making quality wines. Their vineyards are present in Cupramontana, Viattore, San Michele, Pietrone, and Manciano. Apart from Verdicchio, Montepulciano and Sangiovese are also grown and used to make their famous red, white, and sparkling wines.
Rich Traditions and Winemaking History
Most of the harvest and other work is done manually, respecting the tradition and culture of the area. The grapes are vinified in the cellar, and all the steps from destemming to fermentation to bottling, etc. are done using the latest technology and machines. Efforts are made to extract the grapes completely and age the wines properly to attain the desired taste and fragrance.