Poets and travelers wrote about Le Marche Region and it’s widespread and calm beauty, about this landscape where medieval hill villages and fields are harmoniously integrated in the rolling hills descending from the Mountains to the sea, the authentic Italian countryside.
Morro d’Alba is one of the “Castles of Jesi” , it was founded around the 11th century as a military outpost and it is famous for it’s fortress walkway called La Scarpa.
On these smooth hills framed by the Appennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea, Sant’Amico was a rural settlement in Roman times, on the road that connects Jesi to the coastal town of Senigallia. A fertile generous land and vocated viticulture area at the center of the two most typical D.O.C. appellations of the Region: Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico and Lacrima di Morro d’Alba.