C.da Villamagna, 9
62010 Urbisaglia (Macerata) - Italia
Tel: +39 0733 506843
In the first half of the 17th century, the Sorbatti Family purchased the "terrae vineatae" that belonged to the Abbey of Fiastra.
In the XIX century, the competition constituted by American durum wheat was generating a serious crisis in our territory. As opposed to many others, the Family did not dismember its property. To the contrary: they kept it intact and focused strongly on training the new generations. The great-great-grandfather specialised in agriculture and the great-grandfather got a degree in law and later became a notary.
The grandmother Camà, who became the first female engineer in the region of Le Marche and to whom the wine of the same name is dedicated, founded a engineering company with her husband.
Their daughter met Antek, a Polish official who had arrived to the region of Le Marche with the Army Corps after the battle of Montecassino. After just a few months, they married. Their children expanded the property by purchasing the surrounding land for an overall extension of 350 hectares.
The siblings start to see their land with different eyes. It was no longer just about wheat, but also, and above all, vines. This is their project: revealing and telling the story of this land, which had been loved and kept as a treasure by their forefathers and enhancing it through the narrative of wine.