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The winery which has existed since 1871 selects the most suitable positions in the vineyards and the best moment for
harvesting to ensure that it will obtain the best base, depending upon the type of wine desired. In the Garofoli wineries,
tradition coexists with modern techniques.


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On the sweet and fertile hills of Scapezzano at just 3 km from the town of Senigallia (AN) and 1000 meters from the beautiful “Velvet Beaches” their vineyards, olive groves, wine cellar and olive mill are open to visitors all year round. The eco sustainability, the valorisation and innovation of the products of the local tradition and the use of grapes and olives
grown exceptionally in their vineyards and groves are the pillars of their firm.


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Terre di Serrapetrona lies on the steep hills of Macerata, in the heart of Marche, 500 meters
above sea level. Climbing the steep hills, their vineyards overlook the uncontaminated valleys that run from the Sibillini
Mountains to the Adriatic Sea. their winery has been created with the intention of bringing back to life the Vernaccia Nera,
an old and precious grape variety, cultivated in this narrow strip of land.


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Il Pollenza is a magnificent estate: 230 hectares, 80 of which are covered by vineyards, laying at an altitude that varies from
110 to 150 meters above sea level where noble varieties of international grapes run on from one to another, such as Merlot,
Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc as well as local Italian grapes like
Ribona, Montepulciano, Trebbiano and Sangiovese.


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