Sibillini Mountains

Sibillini Mountains

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Monte Vettore, the Sibilla, and Monte Bove protect our crops that, located within the National Park of Monti Sibillini, enjoy a protected environment, the only one able to guarantee the quality of our legumes and the grain with which we prepare all our foods

Rising from the valleys of the Tenna or Aso, the profile of the mountain range rises in the heart of the Apennines and the unmistakable profile of Mount Vettore (2.476m) interrupts the landscape, as if to create a fracture with the rest of the whole ‘Apennines.
Wolf, golden eagle, peregrine falcon and numerous endemic species are the most evident signs of a diversity and a biological richness which, together with the charm of the abbeys and medieval town centers scattered like a crown on the slopes of the mountain group, have contributed to to determine an ancient and evocative world where time still seems to have stopped to pay homage to a reality of such extraordinary beauty.
A territory that has seen the flowering of Western monasticism, the first testimony of Mediterranean rural culinary culture, fundamentally inspired by a spiritual asceticism closely linked to the rhythms of everyday life, places, nature, work, culture, hospitality.
Monastic cuisine was an expression of this symbiosis with the environment and had both a food and a therapeutic function.

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