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Tenuta San Rocco - Azienda Vitivinicola 0

via S. Rocco, fraz. Duesanti - Todi (Italy) Phone Phone: +39.075.8989102 Fax Fax: +39.075.8980971 Email Email: info@tenutasanrocco.com

In the heart of Umbria, Villa San Rocco rises up on the hills facing Todi. This centuries-old country residence is home to the San Rocco Estate: a farm, vineyard and farmhouse inn.

The goal of this family-run business is to produce and obtain excellence in both the wines and gastronomic offerings guests are served at the inn.

The production philosophy is based on the principles of Total Quality (in accordance with UNI EN ISO 9001-2000 standards) with a special focus on vine cultivation techniques and subsequently in the wine making process.

The grape harvest is carried out strictly by hand and in crates. Only the best grapes are selected, which are differentiated by variety and vinification.
Modern wine-making technologies, the result of the professionalism and passion of the enologist Dr Graziana Grassini, ensure the obtainment of prestigious wines in which the aromas of the fruit stand out, featuring a balanced, well-rounded taste.


Prices for a double room, per person:

Treatment Rate
Only overnight stay from € 25,00 to € 45,00
Bed and Breakfast from € 30,00 to € 50,00
Half board from € 70,00 to € 90,00

Accommodation Facilities


Restaurant, Pets Allowed, Garden, Family Rooms, Free Parking, Breakfast Buffet, Heating


Cycling, BBQ Facilities, Walking, Solarium, Outdoor Swimming Pool


Fax/Photocopying, Internet Services

Room Amenities

Panoramic View

Area information

The San Rocco Estate, which can be reached from a beautiful deive lined with cluster-pine trees, stretches over about 57 hectares on rolling hills approx. 350 metres above sea level, where the vineyards, which cover about 12 hectares, slope downwards to south and south-west.
The varieties of grapes grown on the property include Sangiovese, Merlot, the Petit Verdot red grape in addition to Grechetto of Todi, Viogner, Falanghina and the white Moscato grape.

The olive groves perched on the highest part of the Estate cover approximately 4 hectares with the finest varieties of olives such as Frantoio, Leccino and Moraiolo, allowing them to obtain an extremely fruity extra virgin olive oil with an intense green hue.

The wine cellar is located in a building adjacent to the Villa and is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies for the vinification of grapes: temperature controlled fermentation tanks, a grape processing area with a selection table, the destemmer/crusher and hydraulic press.
The ground floor and basement of the Villa house the centuries-old cellars where the wines are aged in oak barrels (Tonnaux) and cement barrels in the shape of an egg.

Important information

The Estate was named after an ancient site called San Rocco which belonged to the Order of St. John of Jerusalem up to the 15th century, which became known in the following century as the Order of the Knights of Malta.
In the first years of the 16th century, the Knights of Malta surrendered to the Confraternity of St. John the Baptist and Roch, which was named after the devotion to St. John the Baptist and because it had been united with the Roman Archconfraternity of San Rocco, an oratory located inside their Hospital, known as the Trinity, together with the property of San Rocco.
In 1599 the Bishop Angelo Cesi conceded the Church of Maria delle Grazie della Confraternità to the religious order of the Servants of Mary, plus all their property, including the farm of San Rocco where the Servants of Mary built an Oratory dedicated to San Rocco.

After 1860 the entire estate was purchased by the noble Marquis Massei-Bargagli family of Todi, who at the end of the 19th century built the villa in following with the eclectic style of the age, for use as a holiday residence.

In 1934 the Estate was purchased by professor Nello Morghetti of Todi whose descendents are the current owners faithfully adhering to the tenets of the age-old vocation of San Rocco related to wine production and refined country hospitality.