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The legendary Bosco Eliceo


The Adriatic coastal strip that extends between the mouths of the Po in Goro and the mouth of the Reno, along the director of the Romea road, is the only area in the province of Ferrara to boast a very particular winemaking tradition. Over the centuries this tradition has spread with the same characteristics up to the current Cervia, in the province of Ravenna.

The vineyards along the coast, grown on sandy hillocks amid holm oak woods – low vines, with a production per plant ranging from 2 to 4 kg – have resisted up to the present day, passing unscathed even through the scourge of phylloxera, which at the beginning of the century practically destroyed Italian viticulture.

The particularly humid environment, the brackish air and soil, the sea that mitigates the seasons are other elements that contribute to the formation of the character of these wines, unique in their kind.

Our Vineyard


Our History

``La Bottega del Vino``


Through the analysis and consultancy activity of ``La Bottega del Vino``, Giorgio Mariotti became aware of the typicality of the wines produced on the sandy soils of the ``ungrafted`` vineyards of Bosco Eliceo.

``Promoters of the DOC label``


``Fondo Luogaccio``


Mariotti has decided to directly vinify the grapes of particularly suitable vineyards, including the vineyard of ``Fondo Luogaccio``, in San Giuseppe di Comacchio, a typical area of the autochthonous Fortana, locally known as Uva d'Oro.

``New agronomic management``


The agronomic management of the farm has been entrusted to Mirco Mariotti, who after studying Oenology at the University of the Sacred Heart of Piacenza, began collaborating with his sister Barbara in the family business.

``Duna di San Giuseppe``


To date, the ``Fondo Luogaccio`` vineyard, which is located within the Natura 2000 site called ``Duna di San Giuseppe``, is recognized by the Emilia Romagna Region as a historic vineyard with the name of ``Duna della Puia ``, ancient toponym of the area.


Our Philosophy

The aim of the company is to produce local wines in the wake of the tradition of Emilian wines, with particular attention to the ancestral “refermentation in the bottle“, which gives sparkling wines a depth and a capacity for evolution that is difficult to achieve with other production techniques.

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