Terre d’Aquesia

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Tradition and territory

Our wines are born in a land of ancient winemaking tradition. In the 16th century the urban and extra-urban territory was dotted with vineyards, and the Etruscans had probably already discovered that these hills were particularly favorable for vines. We grow both native vines such as Ciliegiolo, Grechetto and Sangiovese and international vines such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.

Ancient roots

An history of excellence

Terre d’Aquesia is located a few steps from Via Cassia (SS 2), an important road of Roman origin that still connects Florence with Rome, passing through Siena and Viterbo.

Our vineyards extend for 10 hectares at approximately 300 meters above sea level, on south-facing slopes of hills overlooking the Paglia river valley. The soil is characterized by its clay-loam texture, the good percentage of active limestone, and the good water retention capacity.

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In December 2021 Terre d’Aquesia obtained the important “Natura in Campo” brand, granted by the Regional Parks Agency (ARP) of Lazio.

“Nature in the field” aims to enhance the sustainable and traditional agri-food production of protected natural areas and aims to promote forms of collaboration and partnership between managing bodies. In particular, with the “Natura in Campo” brand we want to encourage and qualify agri-food production with methods compatible with the characteristics of the territories of the Protected Natural Areas as well as the diffusion and promotion of the organic certification system and environmental sustainability.

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Character and connection with the terroir

Quality, first of all


The wine culture is well rooted in the traditions and social customs of this corner of Lazio, so rich in history and natural beauties. The wines of Terre d’Aquesia have a typical character and are tightly bounded to the terroir.


In the vineyard, we adopt low-impact agricultural practices. In the winery, we follow closely the evolution of our wines to make sure that quality is attained and safety preserved.


Our vineyards extend over 10 hectares at an altitude of about 300 metres. They lie on slopes looking south, towards the valley of the River Paglia. The soil has a clay loam texture, with a good amount of calcium carbonate and good water retention.

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In IX Century Acquapendente became an important stage along the Via Francigena, a route followed by pilgrims from Northern Europe to reach Rome and visit St. Peter’s tomb

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Great passion and competence. A new reality that is managed with great love. This can be seen in the quality of the products but also in the careful care of the fields and the cellar. An excellent production of labels among which the red Santermete stands out and is absolutely worth trying. An important wine in terms of aroma, taste and pleasant sensations that remain for a long time. But the other labels are also absolutely interesting and noteworthy. Congratulations to those who designed them and made them grow to this level.
Attilio M.
I visited this winery, the welcome was warm, Vincenzo has particular expertise in wine production and loves this product of the earth very much. His wine, in fact, is very noteworthy in terms of quality and taste. It is a young company but has already achieved good quality levels. It is worth taking a trip to Acquapendente to visit Terre d'Acquesia, take advantage of the hospitality of the winery and enjoy the Alta Tuscia of Viterbo.
Vito M.
Aquesia Red. I had the pleasure of tasting a bottle of 2020, generously shared at dinner by those who had received it as a gift. An excellent pure Sangiovese that doesn't just keep its promises, but is capable of surprising. The colour, an intense ruby, captures and reflects the light and the hint of red fruits, in particular strawberry, prepares for a singular taste experience: the initial hint of tannins reveals, in the structure, balance and discretion and almost immediately leaves space to a full and rounded taste, which develops into a triumph of persistence. In a word, a masterpiece.
Simonetta M.

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