With more than fifty years of activity in the wine sector, Ciù Ciù Tenimenti Bartolomei was founded with the ambition of making the most of the identity of some significant Italian terroirs.
A wine heritage that finds its natural collocation in historic residences and fascinating places such as Feudo Luparello, which stretches between the baroque town of Noto and the port of Marzamemi, in Sicily; Villa Barcaroli in Controguerra, in Abruzzo, with its profiles of a typical 17th century rural residence; Rocca Sinibalda, in eastern Sabina, Lazio, home to the thousand-year-old Castle of the Metamorphosis; and, last but not least, Palazzo Mercolini-Tinelli, a small jewel set in the splendid Offida, in the heart of the Marche region.
Sensitivity to cultural heritage has always been associated with the strategic choice of eco-sustainability, thanks to over 300 hectares of organic and biodynamic crops that allow the Group to boast several certified quality wines appreciated worldwide.
In a combination of characters and peculiarities that make Ciù Ciù Tenimenti Bartolomei a unique synthesis of excellence, culture and attention to the environment.
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