Salamis and … environs

prodotti tipici dintorniMucca al pascolopecore PiaggiaseccaOne can not overlook the local pork cold cuts that are traditional in these zones and represent a local typical product. A typical tasting consists of a platter with a splay of locally made salamis and cheeses accompanied by a basket of ‘Crescia’ (a type of locally made focaccia) and a glass of Rosso Piceno or, why not, an organic Verdicchio superiore. You cannot miss a tasting of the renowned ‘Salame di Fabriano’ (Fabriano salami), one of the Slow Food approved products of the Marche region. Another must is the mountain Prosciutto, and Pecorino and Ricotta accompanied by honey or marmalade. Meat lovers must try the Fabriano bred lamb and the Marchigian beef which is one of the more esteemed bovine breeds in Italy, sanctioned by the brands “5R” and “PGI-Central Apennine White beef”.

Norcineria e dintorni

Non potrete dire di aver assaggiato qualcosa di tipico, se non avrete degustato un tagliere di salumi e formaggi del territorio accompagnato da un cestino di crescia e da un bicchiere di Rosso Piceno o, perchè  no, di Verdicchio superiore biologico. Non fatevi mancare il Salame di Fabriano, uno dei sei presidi slow food nelle Marche, né un gustoso prosciutto di montagna, né un buon pecorino o un assaggio di ricotta da degustare magari con mieli o marmellate. E per gli appassionati della carne, da provare l’agnello di razza fabrianese, e la marchigiana, una delle più pregiate razze bovine italiane, tutelata con i marchi “5R” e “IGP-Vitellone bianco dell’Appennino Centrale”.

 

 

Advertisements

IT IS TIME TO PLAN YOUR HOLIDAYS !!! SMALL GROUPS SPECIAL OFFER

Have you already planned your vacation?

The Guardian, one of the major British press organizations, has included Le Marche region as one of the places to visit in 2017.

What are you waiting for? Book your stay at our VILLA now!

For all customers who like to travel in small groups and want to book their holidays before April 30th 2018 Le Perelle will reserve a special discount from 10% to 30% on the list prices (see below).

Hurry up and come and discover the countless artistic, natural and enogastronomic beauties that our territory has to offer.

SCONTI SMALL GROUPS

INCLUDED: 
1 USE OF WELLNESS AREA
 
NOT INCLUDED: 
HEATING IN LOW SEASON – 15€/DAY
EASTER AND PENTECOST WEEKS

CONTACT US:

leperelle@gmail.com – +39.334.8335882

#Sassoferrato is #art …  Sassoferrato is #nature … #Sassoferrato is #history …

Waiting for an hot #summer of #events and #exhibitions                     #marche #destinazionemarche #visitmarche #summer2017 #italy #salvi #notonlysea #entroterramarche #queenelizabeth

Flavors of Le Marche

cavatappivini Marche

Today we speak about Verdicchio: “the more red of white wines”

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.

We can help you to discover our tastes

Read more at http://www.decanter.com/wine-reviews-tastings/13-top-verdicchio-wines-from-marche-48638/#hCgsIHFw1JXyF657.99

 

Flavors of Le Marche

cantina stefano antonuccivino

Today we speak about the Montepulciano Marche: red wine, tending to black 

The vine Montepulciano has quite uncertain origin, is often confused with the Sangiovese, probably because of the Tuscan appellation ” Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG “. Today it is certain that the two grapes have nothing in common. It is grown mainly in Le Marche and other regions of central and southern Italy. Its origin is almost certainly Abruzzo , where his older origins show, in particular the province of Pescara, although some of the greatest oenological expressions reported to Le Marche, in particular the Rosso Conero and Rosso Piceno. Sangiovese and Montepulciano still represent the best tradition of neological production the Centre Italy as regards red wines.

Try with us