The vineyardswhat makes us unique
Within the native species, there is also Sangiovese: a black-grape vine variety common in Italy, with ancient origins. We know it as such since 1500, but this variety’s origins are probably Etruscan. The name Sangiovese, whose derivation is still uncertain, defines a great number of biotypes in which the vine has differentiated itself in time, adjusting to the different terroirs. Its role is very important in Umbria, where is one of the most representative reds; we find it for example in Giulio II, our Montefalco Red, or as single-variety vinification in Ma Rose, Le Thadee’s rosé.
In the matter of white grapes, both species found in Le Thadee’s vineyards are native to Umbria: Grechetto and Trebbiano Spoletino. The Grechetto probably has Greek origins: the term “Greco” or “Grechetto” was used in the past to indicate white grape varieties with a common diffusion route through Italy from Magna Graecia, even though they had diverse characteristics. It is considered native to Umbria or more extensively to Central Italy.
Le Thadee’s production offers an array of eight wines
- Montefalco Rosso DOC 38% 38%
- Montefalco Grechetto DOC 2018 23% 23%
- Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG 16% 16%
- Rosso Umbria IGT 13% 13%
- Rosato Umbria IGT 6% 6%
- Spoleto Trebbiano Spoletino DOC 3% 3%
- Sagrantino Passito 1% 1%
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Our methodwhat makes us unique
The passion makes better wines
Our company follows since its inception the precepts of organic agriculture, making a committed choice to safeguard the final consumer and to be truly environmentally sustainable, using complex techniques falling within a holistic vision of the system environment-vineyard.