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Saragano (Umbria)

Saragano is a small village-medieval castle, located in the hills of the Umbra valley and the valley of the Tevere River, that runs into the Martani mountains towards the southern part of the region. These lands are typically famous for the production of Sagrantino grapes, which yield DOCG or “Certification of Controlled Origin” wine with the same name and olive groves, consisting of the Leccino, Moraiolo and Frantoio, used in the production of DOP or “Protected Denomination of Origin” Umbrian oil from the Martani hills.
The farm that grows for MAIA covers an area of ​​over 200 hectares at an altitude of 430m above sea level. They produce oil, wine, cereal grains and legumes, but also breed free-range Chianina cows. Here in the countryside, you will also find country houses, a Saracen tower, and a hidden lake. The farm also operates a country guesthouse, offering accomadation.