"The best interpreter of Grechetto in the world" . This is how the prestigious Gambero Rosso guide defines Sergio Mottura, a winegrower who made research and experimentation the secret of the success of the bottles made in the Civitella d'Agliano cellar. Here great importance is given to the indigenous vines , Grechetto in the first place, which within the thirty-six hectares of vines are bred according to organic farming practices. A choice that Sergio made with great foresight , because the responsible use of human resources is the key to maintaining a healthy ecological balance, where the grapes are free to express themselves naturally and human action is only aimed at accompanying the production process, intervening as little as possible.

This philosophy brings to light noteworthy labels such as Orvieto Secco and Orvieto Tragugnano , harmonious and balanced blends that pave the way for ninety pieces, namely Grechetto Passito Muffo and Grechetto Poggio Della Costa , the latter awarded with the prestigious award of the Three Glasses of Gambero Rosso .

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