Cannara - Colle di Rocco
The Colle di Rocco farm is located in the town of Cannara (PG), on the Martan mountains, at 340 m above sea level, where the Colli Martani enter in the Spoleto valley. In front, a panorama of 270 °, which embraces all the beautiful Umbrian valley, from Perugia to Assisi, Spello, Foligno, Trevi and Montefalco.
The property extends to almost 12 acres in a declared "naturalistic area", and DOC and DOP protected productions.
In the propriety there are over 800 olive trees, many of which even centuries old (dating back to the fifteenth century); the varieties are San Felice and moraiolo, among the finest in Central Italy. The farm produces an excellent extra virgin olive oil 100% moraiolo - fruity type - in addition to an excellent extra virgin combination of the oldest local varieties (San Felice, Frantoio, Limona, Leccino, Moraiolo).
It has 4 small vineyards - a total of about one hectare of land - some of them are 80 years old, dedicated to the production of local sweet wines of ancient tradition, such as Vernaccia di Cannara, or white Passito like Malvasia and Grechetto, and the vin saint.
The farm land includes also 120 fruit trees, some now almost extinct, like the "Umbrian white apple ", or the St. Peter and St. Paul plums. Particularly interesting is the production of figs, of outstanding quality, both fresh and dry, with famous varieties, such as Dottato, the Umbrian Verdone or the San Pietro.
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