Loro Piceno is a small town in the province of Macerata located on top of a hill. The historical center has remained for the most part intact; Brunforte castle, situated in the highest area of the land, is one impressive testimony to the story of the land.
Loro Piceno is the home of "vin cotto." In the noble buildings that line the charming streets of the historic center, over the centuries a unique type of architecture has developed for the pressing of grapes and the boiling of must in massive copper kettles, situated in special brick structures.
Against the backdrop of the lovely Marche hills, in this setting rich in history and enogastronomic tradition, Luigi offers us several of the most traditional plates of his land.
The secret of the Cesarina
Loro Piceno is the home of "vin cotto," a fortified wine obtained by boiling the must of Marche grapes.