Tenuta Carlini was born in the late eighties of the last century, when Andrea Carlini , still a student, interested to experience the world of viticulture , decided to use for study and research an old vineyard, to verify the knowledge acquired and the shapes of production and processing of grapes . Later, driven by passion and the desire to create a winery, he decided to plant new vineyards , using scions of indigenous grapes of old vines , which are still considered the best clones of Sangiovese, Montepulciano and Albanella .
In the meantime the striking sloping headland overlooking the Adriatic Sea, which leads from Gabicce to the city of Pesaro and in which the estate insisted, was declared Regional Natural Park of Monte San Bartolo for its high biodiversity and the amenity of the hilly landscape . Afterwards the wines produced in it obtained the recognition of the DOC ” sub-area” of the hills of Pesaro , in omage of an area particularly suited for the cultivation of the vine thanks to its morphology and climate .
The great approval acquired by its wines , has finally prompted the company to explain the same passion in the promotion and the selected cultivation of Pinot Noir – which is also recognized as a Focara ” sub-area ” by D. M 13/10/2011 , perhaps the most noble grape variety , resulting in an excellence brut , vinified using the traditional method.