CASALE MATTIA

Casale Mattia belongs to a family that has been working in the oenological field for generations.
Our winery is located on the homonymous hill south of Rome at 200 mt. above the sea level, in a land deeply marked by history and culture that came to magnificence especially during the Roman Age: the large number of ruins located in this farm are still a proof of this glorious past.
Our vineyards are organically cultivated since 1995 and are controlled by Icea.
The project of the farm is to rediscover the original taste of the wines of this region in a continuous search of quality and  of the authenticity of the final product.
The long experience joined with the ancient tradition in this field makes Casale Mattia wines the result of continuous attention, ceaseless care and search for quality, both in the vineyards and in the winery.
Nothing is left to chance: grapes are carefully selected in the respect of the environmental characteristics of the soil and of the variety of the vine. A particular attention is given to the vinification using the most modern techniques and winemaking processes, that exalt the potentially of grapes and their flavours.
At last, an automatic bottling system with microfiltration, is programmed to follow the marketing needs.  The package is particularly careful  in fact w use just  six bottles cases where the wines are laid down. We produce the following wines: Frascati doc, Frascati docg, Frascati sparkling wine, Doc Roma white wine, Doc Roma red wine, Cesanese and Merlot.  All our wine are  rich of flavours, tradition and experience and are ready to be exported in most important countries all over the world.

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