Moncaro, with its three cellars in the best DOC areas of the Marche region, produces excellent wines by performing the wealth of tradition and the quality of the goods.
Always committed to the scrupulous work of selection and improvement of the vineyards, with great attention to the cultural technologies to manage the land in a modern and innovative way and to better the quality, Moncaro specialized its range of products focusing on the Marche region.
Nowadays the company owns 3 wineries (symbolized by the three merlons above the brand) and more than 1600 hectares of vineyards in the best vintage lands of the Marche region: Montecarotto, one of the most handsome castle towns of the Vallesina zone, in the heart of the classic area of Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi production; Camerano, at the slope of Monte Conero where the homonymous wine is produced; Acquaviva Picena, in the south of the Marche, where Rosso Piceno, Offida DOCG Pecorino and Passerina are produced, aged and matured.
The present assortment of Moncaro wines (the DOC and DOCG Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi, Conero, Rosso Piceno, Lacrima di Morro d’Alba, Falerio, Offida and the IGT Marche Trebbiano, Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon) is further enriched by a significant production activity involving biologically grown grapes, carried out on an area of more than 60 hectares. All the production activities of Moncaro use techniques of low environmental impact, a philosophy that the company has always followed, based on the respect for the ethic work and for the nature. The consumers know that they can count on the care taken in the production process, from the certified quality of the grapes to the most modern technologies of winemaking. Moncaro guarantees the result: fine wines that satisfy the palate and reward a quality choice.
“Moncaro has always been sensitive and attentive to the problems in the production chain related to sustainability and respect for the environment, for the territory of origin and for the final consumer. The WRT project embodies all these objectives and the fact that it is brought forward by 23 companies favors a constant exchange of experiences aimed at continuous improvement of the wine production, allowing us to offer a high quality product that meets the needs of consumers and that expresses better the varietal characteristics of the vines in their home territories.”