Our vineyards are a precious heritage and represent the history and tradition of our family and our Abruzzo region. They are a symbol of continuity and hope for the future of the next generations.

With courage and determination, our goal is to ensure the sustainability of the company in the round. We have chosen to continue working the land, contributing to the welfare of the land and the preservation of the environment.

"Di chi sì lu fije?" - "Whose son are you?"

We come from a place where everyone knows each other and outsiders are looked upon with curiosity and sympathy.
Then, if some stranger finds himself in conversation with a local inhabitant, the obligatory question will surely be "Di chi sì lu fije?" (tr. "Whose son are you?").
We are Masciulli's children and since 2005 we have been cultivating the fields and lands he bequeathed to us.
The Terre di Masciulli, indeed.

Masciulli's lands

Rolling hills at the foot of the Maiella or flat expanses a stone's throw from the sea. 

We are in Abruzzo, where our vineyards breathe in the Adriatic sea breeze as they slyly watch the sunset over the Apennines. 

In this lovely setting, we love to get our hands dirty to innovate traditional native crops and rediscover forgotten ones. 

Indeed, Le Terre di Masciulli is not only a farm but also a traceable supply chain to ensure that the authenticity of our products arrives intact on your table.

Wine

Only from the great passion of a winemaker can such a wine be born.
We devote time and attention to caring for the vines, putting our whole heart into the work.
The vineyard is our second home, and our cultivation methods combine ancient wisdom with innovation and passion.
Passion that translates into high quality wine, the result of meticulous care and a deep love for the land and territory.

We grow and hand-pick Montepulciano, Pecorino, Chardonay and Pinot Grigio.

Abruzzo is a region with a long winemaking tradition. The native grape varieties, Montepulciano and Pecorino, are a testament to the richness and diversity of Abruzzo's terroir, and Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio have helped make Abruzzo an internationally renowned wine region.

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