Umani Ronchi

Umani Ronchi

HISTORY AND COMPANY

The Umani Ronchi winery is one of the historic, large and most well-known manufacturing companies in the Marche region. His strength and the secret of his success lie in his continual ability to renew himself and the courage to question himself, continually improving production and always keeping up to date on the latest trends, keeping his feet firmly in the company and local traditions. It was founded in 1957 by Gino Umani Ronchi in Cupramontana, in the heart of Verdicchio production, and today it can boast vast properties not only in the Castelli di Jesi area, but also in the Conero and Abruzzo. For over 50 years it has been managed by the Bianchi Bernetti family, who, thanks to the work of Massimo and then of his son Michele, has been able to make the most of the labels produced in the world. The Umani Ronchi winery has crossed and successfully passed an epochal change, converting hundreds of hectares of vineyards to organic farming, thanks to the expertise of the agronomist Luigi Piersanti. Renovation and modernization involved all the production, able to combine the typical features of the territory, the varietal character of the grapes and a modern and elegant style. Each production site has its own cellar, according to the principle "three cellars for three territories": Osimo, where the great reds are born; Castelbellino, cradle of Verdicchio, and Montipagano, seat of Abruzzo. The name of Umani Ronchi has always been linked to the excellence of two renowned wine specialties: Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi and Rosso Conero, based on Montepulciano. In addition to these, in recent years Abruzzo wines have also been produced starting from indigenous varieties that immediately found great success. The identification and enhancement of very suitable vineyards has allowed the Bianchi Bernetti family to focus more and more on quality and territorial typicality. After over half a century of history this winery has been able to maintain a leading role in the regional wine scene.

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