Rocca di Fabbri

Rocca di Fabbri

Rocca di Fabbri is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Umbria not far from the pretty medieval town of Montefalco and with views up the valley as far as Assisi. The hamlet of Fabbri is clustered around a fourteenth century fortress or ‘Rocca’. 

All the buildings are seemingly owned by the Vitale family who use use them for winemaking as well as attractive letting rooms for ‘agriturismo’. The estate extends to 60 hectares and is run by Roberta Vitale, along with her sister Simona. Their father Pietro, an Umbrian businessman, bought the property in 1984 thereby undertaking a massive renovation project. Rocca di Fabbri’s wines are accomplished and are good standard bearers for the Umbrian wine industry. They specialise in Rosso di Montefalco and Sagrantino, a robust local grape which they dry for 15 to 20 days on ‘graticci’ racks to achieve maximum richness in the wine. It is arguably one of Italy’s greatest and most idiosyncratic reds.

  1. Montefalco Rosso, Rocca di Fabbri
    Montefalco Rosso DOC, Rocca di Fabbri 2013
    Sangiovese/Brunello 13.5% Vol
    Italy > Umbria & Mid Italy
    A big wine with masses of explosive flavours, black cherries and well defined tannins. This estate...
    £16.50 per bottle
  2. Sagrantino di Montefalco, Rocca Fabbri
    Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG, Rocca di Fabbri 2012
    Sagrantino 15.5% Vol
    Italy > Umbria & Mid Italy
    Intense and full wine with chocolatey notes on the nose, masses of black fruits with beefy, savoury...
    £29.50 per bottle