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Wine Tasting Tour in Le Marche

Price per person 40€ includes:


  • Visit to the grape growing region
  • Visit to the cantina
  • Wine tasting with the best product of the area
  • Visit to a Medieval Village
  • The prices don t included the transport
  • Possibility to arrange a private wine tasting directly to your villa 


€40 per person – Minimum: 4 Participants. Maximum: 8 Participants.


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A wine tasting tour in le Marche is the best way for you to discover and enjoy a glass or two of Rosso Piceno Superiore, the famous dry, red wine of le Marche which is also known as the wine of the Piceno people. This one day tour will be an exploration of the heart of the Rosso Piceno, a wine producing area that begins just South of le Marche. While visiting the wonders of the area and in tasting its wines, you will come to understand the concept of the land, learn how Passerina is made and how to distinguish the characteristics of the main grape varieties.

After the tour of the grape growing are you will then head for our local winery. On the way we will have time to admire the wild but fantastic countryside and to discuss the history and evolution of the wine making of this area. At the winery you will see the cellars and receive a full explanation of the wines and other specialities that are produced.You will taste the wines of the winery which will typically include at least Rosso Piceno Superiore, Pecorino, Passerina, It is now time to sample tasty specialties of the area, so we will stop for lunch at an old historic house.



We can now arrange to ship the wine directly to you in your home country


Duration: One Day
Visit to the grape growing region
Visit to the cantina
Wine tasting with the best product of the area
Lunch at an old historic house
Visit to a Medieval Village
We can now arrange to ship the wine directly to you in your home country

Le Marche
The Le Marche region is a culturally rich area, divided into four provinces by four river valleys in a remote part of Italy. Much of Le Marche is, as yet, undiscovered by the crowds ensuring that the land and villages remain quiet and untouched. Its strategic location makes it a perfect spot for reaching all the most important destinations of central Italy including Florence, Siena, Assisi, Perugia, Urbino, Gubbio, and Ravenna. The Le Marche region lies on the eastern side of central Italy, between the Adriatic Sea and the majestic Apennine Mountains and has enough attractions to keep visitors busy for years. Admire the masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture, hike across uncharted mountains or hunt for the best catch of the day in a Mediterranean fishing port. It is still possible to experience a taste of old-world cuisine and culture in Le Marche, an area still unsullied by mass tourism which makes it a very intriguing place to visit. The Marchigiani, the people of the Le Marche region, are hard working, warm and friendly. Known for producing quality merchandise in textiles and leathers, they have also developed special niches in artisan industries such as high quality handmade paper at Fabriano and musical instruments at Castelfidardo. Olive trees, fresh vegetables and vineyards are plentiful throughout the region also. Many seaside resorts stretch along the extensive of Adriatic coast, making it a relaxing destination for summer vacations.

Ascoli Piceno
Surrounded by mountains and natural parks, the town of Ascoli Piceno has been inhabited since pre-Roman times. Legend has it that a woodpecker led prehistoric settlers to the site, thus bringing about the town’s foundation. Ascoli Piceno’s historic center is rich in churches, palazzi and other important monuments. In particular, the town’s central Renaissance square, Piazza del Popolo, is considered one of the most beautiful in Italy. This piazza, which acted as the forum in Roman times, is dominated by the Palazzo dei Capitani del Popolo, which was burned to the ground during a local feud in 1535 and completely rebuilt ten years later. You can also visit Le Marche’s second largest art gallery inside the 17th-century Palazzo Comunale situated in Piazza Arringo, or Ascoli’s cathedral in the same square.