Azienda Agricola Filippo Manetti, San Lorenzo  

In 1997, Filippo Manetti, by then 27 years old working in the air conditioner industry, decided to buy a small medieval village called Campiume, situated in the Romagna Hills,just outside San Lorenzo.

This village was already surrounded by 3 hectares of vineyards, so he could start straight away to fulfill his dream which was to make beautiful wines expressing their origin. He also restored the houses, and started up a Bed and Breakfast, so he could share this lovely place with more people. In 2000 he made his first wine, and has since then improved the world for the ones drinking them.

Passion for nature and tradition is what drives Filippo in his work, the wines are vibrant and expressive.

2021 Campaglione Bianco

Soil: Clay, sand and limestone
Grape: Trebbiano
Appellation: IGT
Age of Vines: Planted 1969-1999
Yields: 40 hl/ha

Vinification: Destemmed then fermented 5 days on the skins in concrete tank. Pressed and aged in stainless steel tanks before bottling in August 2022.


2020, 2021 Gea

Soil: Clay, sand and limestone
Grape: Albana
Appellation: IGT
Age of Vines: Planted 1969-1999
Yields: 40 hl/ha

Vinification: Destemmed then fermented, 5 days on the skins in concrete tank. Then pressed and aged in stainless steel tanks before bottling in August the year following harvest.


2019, 2021 Anam Bianco
(Magnum: 2017, 2018)

Soil: Clay, sand and limestone
Grape: Trebbiano
Appellation: IGT
Age of Vines: Planted in 1969 
 Yields: 30 hl/ha

Vinification: Destemmed then fermented, 5 days on the skins in concrete tank. Then pressed and aged in stainless steel tanks before bottling in August the year following harvest.


2021 Anam Bianco Orange

Soil: Clay, sand and limestone
Grape: Trebbiano
Appellation: IGT
Age of Vines: Planted in 1969 
 Yields: 30 hl/ha

Vinification: Destemmed then fermented, 3 weeks on the skins in concrete tank. Then pressed and aged in stainless steel tanks before bottling in August the year following harvest.


2021 Campaglione Rosso

Soil: Clay, sand and limestone
Grape: Sangiovese & Sangiovese Ravenna
Appellation: IGT
Age of Vines: Planted in 1999
Yields: 40 hl/ha

Vinification: Destemmed then fermented for 30 days on the skins before pressing and ageing for 7 months in stainless steel tanks. Extra: this specific local clone of Sangiovese gives light and floral reds, that we adore.


2014, 2015, 2016 Oudeis
(Magnum: 2015, 2016
Jerobaum: 2015
Methuselah: 2015)

Soil: Clay, sand and limestone
Grape: Ravenna Sangiovese
Appellation: IGT
Age of Vines: Planted 1969-1999
Yields: 40 hl/ha

Vinification: Destemmed then fermented for 30 days on the skins before pressing and ageing for 3 years in botti.
Extra: this specific local clone of Sangiovese gives light and floral reds we adore.


2010, 2012, 2016 Campiume 

Soil: Clay, sand and limestone
Grape: Sangiovese
Appellation: IGT
Age of Vines: Planted 1969-1999
Yields: 40 hl/ha

Vinification: Destemmed then fermented for 30 days on the skins before pressing and ageing for 2 years in old 500 liter barrels.
Extra: this specific local clone of Sangiovese gives light and floral reds we adore.


Campiume Olive Oil

Filippo is also making quite a bit of olive oil and has conciderable hectares of olive grooves.
This fantastic oil is typical in style from the area. Two types of olives are used: Nostrana di Brisighella and Ghiacciolo. The result is an oil rich in character with distinct herbal and spicy notes.
Enjoy with fresh bread, cheese or why not with a crispy endive salad as a base.
Let the imagination run wild!

Extras: Find Filippo’s personal explanations to the wine names and label info below.

Gea – Is the name of his daugther. So a dedication to her and it also refers to the Greek goddess Gaia, the ancestral mother and the personification of the earth. The word means earth/land/the earth.

Anam
– Is Sanscrit for nameless or anonymous and is an homage to Filippo’s Japaneese wife. The label is drawn by the wienmaker himself and it depicts the symbol for the circular life and the core which is the the centre of the circle.

Oudeis
– A dedication to his son and also refers to fight between Odysseus fight with the Trojan horse.

Campaglione
– The name of the village where Filippos lives.

Campiume
– The historical name of the above mentioned village.