The 100% organic wines of Tenuta Rosburgo are the closest there can be to the nature of our farms. The production, in fact, foresees that the life forces of the fruit are totally preserved in the passage from grape to wine, without the addition of any alterative product. Our wine listens to the taster and to the food, giving a sense of harmony and well-being in a moment that seems infinite.



Montepulciano, Cerasuolo and Pecorino are the three organic varieties of Tenuta Rosburgo, capable of creating an authentic narration of our wonderful region: the maximum manifestation of the perception that only this extraordinary and soulful land can transmit. Accompanying meals and tastings with these organic wines is equivalent to writing a different story each time.


Wine before being wine

The phenological path of an organic vine is long and accurate, it is the primordial state of the wine, the most delicate one.
It is particularly so for Tenuta Rosburgo's organic wines, with a cycle that starts from the pruning of the vine up to the vegetative rest, passing through budding, bud growth, flowering and pollination, development of the grape and ripening, when between September and October the grapes are ready to be harvested and processed. To govern each step is nature, accompanied by the scientific eye of man.


The heart of wine production

After the cultivation process, strictly carried out in the total absence of pesticides, herbicides and chemicals, we arrive at the heart of wine production, the harvest. We are between September and October, and the grapes have reached full maturity. In this moment, science and nature really come into contact through a mechanical collection that leaves nothing to chance. Tenuta Rosburgo grapes are placed in wicker baskets and small containers, to avoid compression and complications during maceration.

Maceration and fermentation

Technique, innovation, nature

Harvesting the grapes begins the so-called maceration, the pomace (the solid part, i.e. skins, pips and, sometimes, also stalks) are put in contact with the must (the liquid part). The red grapes are macerated, therefore destined for Montepulciano and Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo Tenuta Rosburgo. In this phase red wine differs concretely from white wine for visual, olfactory and gustatory characteristics. The fermentation phase, following maceration, consists in the transformation of the sugar present in the must into alcohol. The fermentation of the Tenuta Rosburgo product takes place through selected and unmodified yeasts, the only ones that guarantee the biological character of our wine.

Racking and bottling

Care of the environment, step by step

Based on the type of wine to be produced - Pecorino, Montepulciano or Cerasuolo - the Tenuta Rosburgo team proceeds to the racking process, which varies according to the percentage of sugars left in the wine. The percentage of sugars left is fermented during the "slow fermentation". Bottling is instead carried out in an artisanal way, with the use of Favini Tree Free paper made with fibers from annual plants with bamboo, cotton and bagasse glued with Tenuta Rosburgo glue made with our flour, our vinegar and sugar.

Touch our products firsthand

Three varieties of 100% organic wine to be enjoyed slowly