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Azienda Agricola Morrone


Italian fine wine
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The Farm

The “Farm Davide Morrone” boasts a considerable number of visitors who appreciate the wines produced, as it has a history of three generations of winemakers who are passionately committed to the cultivation of grapes in the full respect and protection of the territory without losing sight the high quality of its products.

Our history

Stragolia wines

The Wines

Our wine

a tradition we like to tell

The wines

The name of “Stragolia” wine originates from the same district in the municipality of Altomonte. An area that thanks to the particularity of the land and favorable climate to the crops allows the creation of high quality wines.

The grape varieties grown by the Agricola Morrone are: Magliocco, black Guarnaccia, Montepulciano, Cabernet, Gaglioppo, white Malvasia, Greek white, Mantonico.

Territory

Altomonte

The most beautiful villages in Italy

A municipality reported in the club of "The most beautiful villages in Italy".

Altomonte

Medieval Village

The wines of Agricola Farm Morrone grow in a territory full of history and surrounded by nature. Everything was born in the municipality of Altomonte, a medieval village located in the province of Cosenza and considered among the most beautiful towns in Italy.

At the foot of the Pollino National Park the nineteenth-century village of Altomonte has many historic buildings of considerable importance among which we can not fail to mention the Cathedral of St. Mary of Consolation, the Church of San Francesco di Paola, the Dominican Convent and the Civic Museum testifying the historic importance of this charming village.

Entering more specifically the vines of Farm “Morrone”, located in Stragolia district, also grow in an historic location. In fact some explorations performed in 1928 by the archaeologist Galli on behalf of the Superintendency Antiquity, brought to light on the heights of the “Serra Pollinare” (right next Stragolia vineyard) interesting remains of Roman farms and a brick vinodotto that came down to the sea.

For this reason, this area boasts the production of wine since the time of the ancient and glorious Sybaris.