Azienda Agricola Marotti Campi

Via Sant'Amico, 14, 60030 Morro d'Alba (AN)
Telephone +39 0731 618027
Fax +39 0731 618846

This company is co-exhibitor of
Gian Luca Morino Oenostrategies

Hall map

ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 15): stand A42

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ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Marche


  • 02.06  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt
  • 02.06.01  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt without more precise indication of origin

Quality sparkling wine/Sekt without more precise indication of origin

Our products

Product category: Marche


Appellation: Marche I.G.T. Rosso
Production area: Morro d’Alba (AN) – ITALY
Grapes: Petit Verdot 50% – Montepulciano 25% -Cab.S.25%;
Soil: Mixed mostly clay
Exposition: South / South-West;
Altitude: 180 mt. a.s.l.
Training system: Cordon Spur;
Vine density: 4.100 vines/hectare
Harvest: Late September hand harvested in small crates;
Vinification: in horizontal rotor-vinificator for 6 days in contact
with the skins at 20°C. The fermentation ends in stainless steel
Ageing: 12 months in stainless steel vessels,
and at least 12 months in bottle.

Alchol: 14% vol.;
Total acid: 5,00;
Ph: 3,30;
Sugars: 2 g/l

Intense ruby red. Aromas of blackberry and undergrowth, black pepper,
liquorice, cloves scents and balsamic notes.
Full bodied, dark fruits and spicy, dry with soft tannins, elegant with
persistent and clean finish.
Serving temperature 18°C approx. roasted or grilled meat, game,
seasoned cheese.

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About us

Company details

Marotti Campi winery is 100% family owned.
In the mid-19th century Marotti family purchased the land in Sant’Amico hamlet of Morro D’Alba and built a villa in the heart of the Estate. An article featured in the local agricultural newspaper dated 1886 informs us that the first vineyard of Cesare Marotti consisted of “…8.000 vines, each positioned at a distance of 1.2 metres, using the Gouyot traning system”. At that time wheat and other crops were mainly cultivated in this area, but as the years and generations passed the farm landscape became more predominantly vineyards due to the natural suitability of this land to viticolture.

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