Bordered by the gorgeous coastal region of Emila-Romagna to the north, the rolling hills of Tuscany and Umbria to the west, and the beautiful greenery of Abruzzo to the south, Le Marche encompasses all of these beautiful attributes within its borders. Hilly and mountainous ranges are endowed with rivers, while the eastern border is enriched by the Adriatic Sea. This dry coastal climate and limestone soil provide a unique canvas for vintners to harvest rare grapes of extraordinary quality.
Often overlooked by the international wine tourists, Le Marche produces nationally renowned wines to compliment its authentic and traditional cuisine. The people of Le Marche rely on locally sourced agriculture (such as herbs and truffles), game and seafood to produce regionally specific meals. The abundance of seafood is perfectly complimented by the crisp and complex whites, such as Bianchello del Metauro and Verdicchio. Meat dishes are enhanced with full-bodied reds, such as Montepulciano and Sangiovese.
Whether you’re a Tuscan-loving wine consumer, who wants to explore the versatility of Sangiovese, or someone who wants to be introduced to a new region, we invite you to experiment with the wine of Le Marche. We know you’ll be pleasantly surprised!
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