From Cingoli in Serrapetrona
One Sunday afternoon in January, with the gloomy sky, the bitter cold and snow flakes coming down. We arrived in the small village of Serrapetrona in the Marche.
After the last bend there appeared the village with its houses perched on the hillside.
It can be reached Serrapetrona from Cingoli in 40 minutes, as long as you resist the temptation to stop at every turn to photograph the beautiful landscapes that the trip offers !!!
The village is surrounded by vineyards for the production of the famous wine
According to tradition, Serrapetrona, has taken its name from a certain Petronius, rich and valiant Roman citizen who have been found refuge here to escape persecution.
A red wine sparkling unique throughout Italy to taste in the sweet version and dry.
An intense ruby red color, intense and persistent taste with a soft body and enveloping.
How can you resist?