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A rucksack and away you go in Appenines between Marche and Umbria!
You are ready to go to the discovery of wonderful views, unvisited caves, cliffs, peaks and meadows. Walking, by bicycle or on horse back, enjoy amazing excursions and discoveries hand in hand with a flourishing natural environment.
For the braver visitors: a flight with a plane, handgliding or paragliding, downhill, canyoning or climbing in Frasassi Park.
For children: a suspended bridge and fall climbing among the rocks of a wild and headstrong river.
If you are not a daredevil, here you can also have soft hiking with guides, mountain bike school, equestrian tourism along the trails inside the Monte Cucco Regional park…and much more.
Visit us, enjoy your holiday at Le Perelle.
Verdicchio is arguably Italy’s greatest native white grape variety. Grown in the hillsides of north-central and western Le Marche, Verdicchio is used to produce a variety of wines, from metodo classico to passito and, in between, some of the longest-lived dry whites found in Italy. The characteristics of these wine is quite varied, thanks to a series of factors including soil, climate and elevation. You can taste with fish, vegetables, but also meat and especially with Fabriano’s Salame DOP (another excellence of our area): this the reason why is named “the more red of white wines”.
There are two DOC zones for Verdicchio in Marche: Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi, the more famous of the two, and Verdicchio di Matelica. Sassoferrato is situated in the middle: the third valley close to the Apennines, near the border with Umbria.
In its 2015 Italian wine guide, Gambero Rosso awarded its highest rating of 3 Bicchieri (3 Glasses) to 11 examples of Verdicchio – more than any other white in the country.
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