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Fattoria Mancini
Hanging over the Cliffs Edge in Marche.
The production is based on about 30 hectares of vineyards located in the Natural Park of Monte San Bartolo.
The Company has long been committed to producing wines of the highest quality in respect of its traditions and local grape varieties.
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Fattoria Mancini is a family owned winery and was founded in 1861. The vineyards are about 30 hectares located in the natural park of Mount San Bartolo.  Located in the very North End of the Marche region. They sit above the spectacular cliffs of Focara on the Adriatic coast. A few kilometers from the town of Pesaro.  

The main grape variety produced is Pinot Nero. Which was introduced in that area in the start of the 19th century during the Napoleonic administration. Also, they produce Albanella, Ancellotta, and Sangiovese.

Being in the heart of a natural park Luigi Mancini works to respect nature and is focused on sustainable viticulture. To avoid the use of chemical herbicides.

Fattoria Mancini only vinifies its own Estate Grapes. They are considered by most to be some of the best Pinot Nero in Italy.


Pinot Noir

The Focara Pinot Noir is produced with a traditional red vinification, then aged in barriques for 12 months. The area of Focara has distinguished itself over the years and has earned in 2000 the recognition of the DOC Colli Pesaresi Focara Pinot Nero.


75% Albanella 25% White vinified pinot nero done in stainless steel.

Impero Focara

IMPERO Blanc de Pinot Noir is the result of over forty years of business experience in the white vilification of Pinot Noir and above all the desire to produce an important white using only the varieties historically grown by the family.