The great wines of the province of Rimini

Le Rocche Malatestiane, situated in Rimini along the Adriatic coast, embodies the wine-making heritage of the region, proudly bearing the name of the Malatesta family who ruled Rimini from the 13th to 15th century. Notably, figures like Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta left a legacy of art and architecture, reflected in the strongholds and fortresses dotting the hills where the winery's vineyards flourish. With 800 hectares of vineyards tended by 500 dedicated growers spanning the Province of Rimini, from Val Marecchia to Cattolica's hinterland, Le Rocche Malatestiane cultivates the finest grapes for Colli di Rimini and Romagna DOC wines. The diverse terroirs, varying in altitude, soil, and proximity to the sea, create a rich mosaic of flavors and expressions in their wines.