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THE MOLISE CONTRYSIDE

In Molise, wine dates as far back as the Sannites and romans who were the first to introduce grape growing. Production methods are those passed down through the generation in the Southern Appennines, costantly linked to farming. The Masseria Di Majo Norante in North of the gargano promontory in the Ramitello district, in the contryside of Campomarino, where the loose

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DI MAJO NORANTE IN THE WORLD

Following this section you can see the commercial release of Di Majo wines in the world. And 'the map is available (version map and satellite) and a detailed list of distributors Di Majo Norante.

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DI MAJO NORANTE WINES









Don Luigi
Contado
Ramitello

Tintilia
Fabellae

Ramì
Greco
Falanghina

 









Apianae
Falanghina
Biorganic
Aglianico
Biorganic

Falanghina

Sangiovese

Molì bianco
Molì rosato
Molì rosso
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PRESS RELEASE

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WERE WE ARE

Getting here is simple, we are in the province of Campomarino Cambobasso (Molise). By car from North or South exit at Termoli, reach the SS16 toward south and reach the exit on the right for the Municipal Road - St. Martin New Cliternia/SP129, continue for approximately 3.4 miles and turn right Contrada take Ramitello.

To support the plan at the bottom viewable format map or satellite. To accurately calculate the route included in the "From address" to your home town, sending (keyboard, or clicking on "Get direction") you will get the full path and detailed. In the version of the map you can also use "Street View", simply by dragging the little man on the left of the map the exact location of the marker.


Molise is a region of southern Italy. With a population of 319,434 inhabitants, is the least populated region of Italy after the Aosta Valley. The capital is Campobasso. It borders Abruzzo to the north, Lazio to the west, Campania to the south west, Puglia to the south and east is washed by the Adriatic Sea to the east..