Serrapetrona

Serrapetrona

A small town of the Province of Macerata, Serrapetrona is located between beautiful forests and Lake Borgia, more commonly known as Lake of Caccamo. Its name comes from a rich and valiant Roman citizen, a certain Petronius, who took refuge here after escaping from Rome. The medieval town, with its double walls, it's really delicious and a walk through its narrow streets will make you literally take a step back in time. Real gastronomic treasures, including excellent meats and the famous Vernaccia wine produced from the grape variety native cultivated since ancient times, are typical of Serrapetrona. In addition to the Festival of Vernaccia is also not to be missed the appointment with "Appassimenti Aperti", during which you can admire the grapes left to dry in order to produce unique and precious wines. In Serrapetrona Tasting Marche has found the farm Podere sul Lago, a true master of regional wine production.