Tenuta Rocca di Fabbri was founded in 1984 at the initiative of Pietro Vitali, who during his long experience in the antiquarian world had seized the deep link between artistic beauty, harmony of landscape and food and wine traditions of the area.
He identified in the area of Montefalco, the ancient vineyard and vineyard cradle, practices introduced by the French Benedictines, but then lost after the mid-fifties. Here he wanted to re-plant vines with particular cultivation methods, in order to produce wines that had the fragrance of the scents of this land and the elegance of the paintings of Gozzoli.
The management of the vineyards and the cellar is now entrusted to the work of the sisters Roberta and Simona Vitali, who grew up in the family business, preserving the wisdom and the taste of those who preceded them, with sensibility and elegance to the finished product. The company extends for about 60 hectares fully planted with plants undergoing renovation, now almost complete.
The production is characterized by the Docg Montefalco Sagrantino, in the dry and passive versions of Doc Montefalco Rosso, Montefalco Rosso Riserva and Grechetto, and in the igt the Faroaldo (50% Sagrantino 50% Cabernet Sauvignon) and a Chardonnay in purity.
The annual production is about 150,000 bottles.