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There are three types: Rosso, Novello and Passito. They are made with not less than 70% Aleatico grapes, and the remaining 30% may be other red grape varieties. It weds well with pasta dishes in meat sauce, especially if tacconi pasta is used (a pasta made of bread wheat and flat bean flour). Its fine aroma also makes it ideal as an accompaniment to rabbit and snails wrapped in bacon. The Passito version of this wine is lovely with baked sweets of all sorts. The territory on which it grows surrounds the towns of Pergola, Fratterosa, Frontone, Serra Sant’ Abbondio, S. Lorenzo in Campo, in the province of Pesaro-Urbino.
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The only set of Ancient Roman gilts bronzes kept in the world. The set represents a family group, two women in mantles and veils and two men in high rank...
The Palazzolo Chapel is located in the Oratory of the Ascension. The capel hosts a series of important frescoes recognized by critics as “one of the...
Mentioned for the first time in 1338, Caudino was one of last castles built by Rocca Contrada. It was an important bastion constructed to defend the...
Palazzo is one of the area’s most characteristic castles. It sits at 508 metres on the slopes of Mt. Cadino in the upper valley of the Fenella river....
The little castle of San Pietro sits on a hill at 354 metres not far from Loretello. It was mentioned for the first time when some of its inhabitants...
Nidastore Castle – or "nest of goshawks", the birds used for hunting in the Middle Ages – is the northernmost castle in Arcevia and sits on the...
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