Umberto Cesari is located on the hills overlooking the ancient Via Emilia, on the border between Emilia and Romagna, at an altitude ranging from 75 to 250 meters above sea level.
In Castel San Pietro Terme, Umberto Cesari and his wife Giuliana started their business in the early 1960s. Among the first to believe in the potential of wines from Emilia Romagna, he decided to found the company that today bears his name, investing all his efforts in enhancing the local native vines at a time when quality and typicality were concepts away.
Among the first winegrowers in the region to focus on quality production, over the years, it has been able to combine the most advanced technologies and techniques with respect for tradition and the environment. The original 20 hectares have expanded over the years, reaching 175 hectares of owned vineyards and 180 for rent.
Everything starts here, from these 8 estates: Claterna, Casetta, Parolino, Laurento, Cà Grande, Miravalle, Tauleto and Liano. 355 hectares of vineyards protected by a crown of clayey rocks: the Calanchi Azzurri, so-called because of the cerulean colour that the slopes take on sunny days. The same gullies that, together with the marked characterization of the seasons, favour a mild climate characterized by a high-temperature range, constant wind and lots of sunshine.
The company, the cellars, the vineyards are located in the heart of Emilia Romagna and summarize their spirit and wealth. This extended area of north-eastern Italy, which hosts the country’s largest plain between the sea and the mountains, is a land where some of the greatest European excellences are concentrated: delicate landscapes and historic and elegant cities, important productive realities and companies of excellence, superfine foods and very high levels of quality of life.
Museo delle Ceramiche a Faenza | Museo Archeologico (Bologna) | MAMBO (Bologna) | Museo della Storia di Bologna | Museo Ducati (Borgo Panigale) | Pinacoteca (Bologna) | Museo Civico Medievale (Bologna)
Beaches on the Romagna coast
Golf Club Le Fonti Castel San Pietro Terme
7 Churches of Santo Stefano | Torre Garisenda | Piazza Maggiore | San Petronio |
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