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Enrico, the founder of the Centioni family, devoted his vine-growing passion to producing the wine which has made the Castelli Romani famous worldwide, from the turn of the 20th century. Today this new firm, founded in 2000, has absorbed the needs of a wider market of wine-connoisseurs and experts by using new vines in addition to traditional ones. The farm, which enjoys a scenic view which stretches from Rome to the sea, has two wide covered areas with lawns, one of which has a gazebo. There is also an area for children who will be able to enjoy animals such as chicken, pigeons, geese, ducks and goslings. Snacks can be organised both inside and outside the building. There are also three grottoes on the farm, one in brickwork and two dug in tuff. Cars can park here, but the road is not accessible to buses and coaches. The farm sells, and posts, packages of 3-6 bottles of wine; staff speak English and French.
How to reach us
From Rome, go to Grottaferrata and take Corso del Popolo. Turn left onto Via Giuliano Della Rovere and continue along Via di S. Anna: you will reach Via della Cartiera after about 1 km.