On the Umbrian hills the vines grow in a sunny position, providing the raw material for an ancient oenological tradition, which dates back to the Etruscan era and which has maintained the techniques of production and production of wine practically unchanged over time. total eight areas between Doc and Docg, with a limited range of wines but no less precious for this.

Among the most famous wines we find the Grechetto Colli Martani and the Orvieto Classico, while in recent years an innovative ferment for the world of red wines has led to the birth of different labels, such as the Montefalco Rosso, a slightly salty but very tasty wine.