A unique promontory that contributes to a unique terroir. The vineyards and therefore its wines are positively influenced by the sea breeze that blows from the neighbouring sea. Its flat and sandy shores starts abruptly to climb and from rocky it becomes a mountain; this is Mount Conero, 600 Mt. of white rock that sinks into the sea.

On one side the Adriatic Sea, on the other the Mediterranean forest and in the middle limestone, sandstone and clay host mainly Montepulciano vineyards that produce Rosso Conero, one of the main Italian wines.

Latin writers such as Pliny the Younger and Columella wrote about the goodness of Conero wines where almost 2,500 years ago the vines found their perfect spot.

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