The small town of Morro D'Alba welcomes visitors on the top of an hill overlooking the green and lush surroundings. Its location, strategically very important, had influenced its history since Roman times, through the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, and traces of the past remained in the historic city centre, from town hall to small churches, where you could find interesting paintings.
There are many events held in Morro D'Alba and a lot of these are linked with the finest products of this territory: the Lacrima wine. An indigenous variety of incredible value, known since ancient times, and which owes its name to the particular characteristics of the grape peal, which reached maturity, literally "tearing" leaving the content of the berries. And the wine you get is very fine, so it is worth not to forget the name of this small town and the Lacrima of Morro D'Alba, for this reason Tasting Marche can not stop to loving fondly. And at Cantine Vicari this love is shown totally, among fine barrels and wines of incredible value.