Serrapetrona Doc is made with the Serrapetrona grape vines which have been cultivated since ancient times. Conti, in his “Storia di Camerino e dintorni (History of Camerino and the surrounding area),” in the medieval era, recounts that a Polish mercenary soldier, attracted to the wine produced in the area, exclaimed: “Domine, Domine, quare non borgianasti regiones nostras?” It is interesting to note that Borgiano is a ward of Serrapetrona.
Il Serrapetrona Doc goes magnificently with sweet leavened breads and fruit salads. The glass recommended is from the Riedel series, Overture Red wine 408100. The serving temperature is 14°/16°C. It goes magnificently with polenta and the local pasta dish, pappardelle with duck sauce, as well as with grilled meats.
Each label must carry a mention of the Controlled Denomination of Origin besides all the other indications foreseen by law, such as: The determined Region from which the product originates; Denomination of the product composed of the combination of the variety of the vine from which the wine originates and the geographic area in which that variety is cultivated; Nominal volume of the wine; Name or company name of the bottler and its registered address; Number and code of the bottler, which may also appear on the closing system (cork or cap); Name of the Country; Indication of the batch; Ecological indications. Finally, on the bottles containing the wine «Serrapetrona», the year in which the grapes were harvested must be displayed.