Le Marche and its wine. Up and down the Marche hills.
If you have decided to spend a holiday in the Marche, know that yours is definitely a winning choice. I have made many trips to this beautiful region and every time the hospitality of the people and the beauty of the places has amazed me and always given new emotions.
The Marche extends from the Adriatic Sea to the high mountains of the central Apennines, an area rich in history, culture, architectural wonders, enchanting natural landscapes and good wine.
The Marchigiano wine has centuries of history, cultivated and vinified with care in this land kissed by the sun offers many excellences in both red and white wines. The numerous Doc and Docg areas are mainly found along the coastal strip, but with important branches also inland.
Among the best known and appreciated I want to point out the Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi produced in the area around the homonymous city, the Rosso Piceno coming from the south side of the coast, La Lacrima di Morro d'Alba which finds its natural habitat in the hills of the province of Ancona and the Bianco dei Colli Maceratesi produced in a tongue of land that starts from the coast up to reach the hinterland.
Choosing or recommending a fine wine among so many wines was not easy, many others deserve to be mentioned, but I overcame this embarrassment based only on my personal preferences.