Visiting Pievalta means discovering the hospitality and beauty of our territory. We will tell you about our choices, soils, vineyards and our way of doing agriculture. We will lead you to the discovery of Verdicchio.
If you don’t have time for a visit but simply want to experience the pleasure of buying wine, come and see us. In our store, you can also find, as well as the wines, the organic extra virgin olive oil of Pieve and our own durum wheat semolina pasta obtained from 4 hectares of land we cultivate in the Fosso del Lupo zone at Maiolati Spontini.
The wines sampled in the tasting, like the others on the list, can be bought at the winery, depending on the availability in our warehouse. Payment can be made with all the main credit or debit cards.
Parking is available.
Italian and English.
The cellar is accessible to people with disabilities.
We will be delighted to welcome your children. Remember, however, that the cellar is a place of work and production: please hold them by the hand, therefore, throughout the entire visit. Children must always be accompanied and supervised by an adult in all areas and they must not be left alone anywhere in the cellar. Minors cannot take part in the tastings and, for them, the visit is free.
Your four-legged friend is welcome.
From Monday to Friday from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
In addition to the wines, our own pasta and extra virgin olive oil are on sale.
The temperature in some areas of the cellar is around 12°C with a high humidity rate so we recommend that you wear suitable clothing.
The visit also includes a tour of the vineyard and we therefore suggest that you wear suitable, comfortable shoes.
Please respect the times you were given when the booking was confirmed, arriving in reception 15 minutes before the allotted time and, if you are going to be late, please contact us to let us know promptly. Based on the time of your actual arrival, we will do our best to allow you to take part in the visit and tasting but we may not be able to guarantee the complete experience.
Discover an extraordinary territory
A series of karstic caves among the largest and most extensive of Europe, declared a UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Site, located in the Marche Apennines. A magnificent and fascinating underground route, a spectacle of nature not to be missed.
25 small villages that preserve their typical medieval appearance unchanged, with characteristic winding streets and alleys inside the walls. Loose yourselves among the gentle hills of Castelli di Jesi as you discover these villages. Visit their museums and little theatres.
Discover a territory that preserves the signs of medieval spirituality with its hermitages and abbeys: the Abbey of Santa Maria delle Moie, the Abbey of Sant’Urbano, the Abbey of San Vittore alle Chiuse, the Abbey Sant’Elena and the Hermitage of the Frati Bianchi are just some of the places to visit.
Rich in history, art and beauty, lying along the course of the river Esino, this was the birthplace of Frederick II of Swabia in 1194, who declared it a “Royal city”. The walls, squares and the numerous museums are well worth a visit.
The perfect place for a holiday by the sea: crystal clear water and long, golden beaches. The soft, smooth sand is called “velvet” precisely because of the sensation that is felt under the feet when stepping on it.
Unforgettable beaches set in the rock and dominated by lush, unspoiled nature, a winding promontory carved out by the winds that sweep across Monte Cònero from the Adriatic Sea.
The Sanctuary of Loreto : The sanctuary of the Holy House of Loreto is a rare example of a fortified basilica that, in three centuries, thanks to the collaboration of great artists including Bramante and Vanvitelli, was built to enshrine the walls of the Holy House of Mary of Nazareth who, according to the Christian tradition, was miraculously flown by angels to Loreto.
Inside the holy house, the statue of the “Black Madonna”, the protector of aviators, is also preserved.
Famous as the “City of Paper”, Fabriano is a treasure trove of history and beauty that should be visited on foot, walking through its streets and loggias. Declared a UNESCO Creative City, it is immersed in the greenery of the Park and the mountains that surround it.