Domodimonti is a boutique winery located in the picturesque countryside of Montefiore dell’Aso in the Region of Le Marche, Italy.
In 2003, while Francesco and his wife, Marisa, were in Italy, an opportunity came their way to purchase an abandoned “antique cantina” with over thirty hectares of vineyards along with six hectares of olive groves. The idea of producing their own "Natural Wine" in the region where they were born was to realize a dream.
Not satisfied with the "antique cantina", Domodimonti's new state-of-the-art winery, was inaugurated in 2010.
Producing Natural Wines for us means the Love and the Respect we have for our Land and for the people who share our journey, who become emotional and passionate about our wines.
It is for this reason that we dedicate our time and efforts to bring to the wine glass what nature gives us. In our “style” we want to give you a sensory experience without limits.
The Domodimonti estate is located far from urban centers, where the air is pure and fresh. Hidden away somewhere amidst the coastal plains of the Adriatic Sea and the Sibillini Mountains lies the estate; it offers an ideal climate for sustainable agriculture, not to mention breathtaking views.
Its new state-of-the-art winery is designed to generate the least amount of visual and ecological disturbances on the local environment. The winery was built into a valley so as to not disturb the naturally precious scenic beauty of the surrounding area.
It is a marriage between ecological sustainability, and the production of natural products, which defines the cornerstone of Domodimonti’s philosophy.
Le Marche is a land rich in culture and tradition. Its treasures and ancient history are a testament to the breathtaking landscape characterized by simple yet elegant beauty. It is on the hillsides, with its lively medieval villages, where our priceless treasure resides: a patrimony of tradition comprising endless valleys of vines and olive groves.
Le Marche is on the eastern seaboard of Central Italy, surrounded by the regions of Emilia-Romagna to the north and Abruzzo to the south.
Le Marche offers a vast landscape of narrow coastal plains that rise sharply into the peaks of the Sibillini Mountains which create a natural boundary between Umbria and Tuscany.