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Montefalco, is an Umbrian wine region near Perugia. Has been producing some of Italy’s best wines. Montefalco winery

The small-scale production of its signature Sagrantino in sweet passito form dates back to 1549. In the last few decades the indigenous red wine has been revived, perfected, and fashioned into an earthy, complex, and award-winning table wine. That’s slowly capturing the attention of wine consumers and tourists internationally Montefalco wineriesMontefalco Wine tasting

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Montefalco preserves a rich artistic heritage that makes it an essential reference point for the knowledge of Umbrian painting, starting with the San Francesco museum complex which represents a synthesis of history.

Surrounded by splendid medieval walls, inside the first wall there are many churches and including the one dedicated to Sant’Agostino. Once in the beautiful circular square you will find the Palazzo Comunale, the former church of San Filippo Neri, now a theater, the small church of Santa Maria de Platea and significant examples of 16th century stately homes. Also worth a visit are the Romanesque church of San Bartolomeo and the church and convent of Santa Chiara. Inside which there is the oldest Sagrantino vine in Montefalco and Umbria, 150 years old. In summer there is also an appointment with “La Fuga del Bove“, an annual tradition of Montefalco in which the square is transformed into an open-air theater with the show of the Four Quarters.

Montefalco is one of the most beautiful villages in Umbria. Half an hour’s drive from Assisi, fifty minutes from Perugia and just a quarter of an hour from Foligno, this town is located in one of the most scenic areas of the region.

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Surrounded by vineyards and olives trees, Montefalco dominates the plain of the Topino and Clitunno rivers from the top of a hill. For this favorable panoramic position since 1568 Montefalco has been given the nickname of Railing of Umbria. From here, on clear days, it is possible to admire a 360 ° panorama. That ranges from Perugia to Spoleto, from the Subappennino to the Martani Mountains. montefalco winery

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