Since 1970, connected to our territory.

The Romagnoli Agricultural Company is particularly tied to the territory, as evidenced by the adopted line of labels: “Barbarosso” in honor of Frederick I, known as “il Barbarossa,” who appreciated Lacrima di Morro d’Alba during the siege of Ancona; “Mirummundi” in honor of Frederick II, known by this nickname, who was born in Jesi in 1194.

Wine producers since 1970.

The Romagnoli Agricultural Company is located on Santa Maria del Fiore Street, in the municipality of Morro d’Alba in the province of Ancona.

This little town lies in the enchanting hills of the Marche region that separate the Adriatic coast from the Umbria-Marche Apennines. The company's vineyards cover approximately 18 hectares and are situated both in the area of Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi and in the limited production zone of Lacrima di Morro d’Alba.

The Romagnoli family initiated its commercial activities in the 1970s, but the cultivation of vines and wine production have earlier origins: these activities were widely practiced in these areas, suitable for wine production for self-consumption.

« We enhance the characteristics of our territory. »

Significant innovative development.

In the last twenty years, the Romagnoli Agricultural Company has undergone significant innovative development, adopting increasingly modern techniques and cutting-edge technologies, while still holding firm to tradition.

The family-run business oversees the entire production cycle, from cultivation to winemaking, from cellar processing to bottling, involving three generations. This characteristic is crucial for achieving a perfect balance between tradition and innovation.


Several shots of the Romagnoli Agricultural Company