• Wine


Umbria produces high quality wines. While the region may be small compared to others, it produces leading Italian wines. The high quality of Umbrian wines is a consequence of numerous factors: soil structure, soft continental weather, rich sun exposed hills.

2 wines classified as DOCG: Montefalco Sagrantino Docg and Torgiano Rosso Riserva Docg.

11 wines classified as DOC: Assisi Doc, Colli Perugini Doc, Montefalco Doc, Lago di Corbara Doc, Colli Altotiberini Doc, Orvieto Doc, Colli Amerini Doc, Rosso Orvietano Doc, Colli del Trasimeno Doc, Torgiano Doc, Colli Martani Doc.

  • Extra virgin olive oil



Umbria is the only Italian region that has obtained the Protected Designation of Origin (DOP) for all its teritory. DOP improves and regulates olive oil production. Since Etruscan times, olive oil

I benefici

È comunemente noto che l’uso dell’olio extravergine in cucina riduce il rischio di malattie cardiovascolari, aiuta a ridurre il colesterolo nel sangue ed è un’ottima fonte di Omega 6, Acidi Grassi essenziali al nostro organismo. Grazie all’alta concentrazione di Vitamina E, l’olio extravergine trova ampio uso nella cosmetica (creme per la pelle, lozioni, ecc.)


  • Truffles

Umbria is rich in truffles: black, white, middle season truffles. The harvest is done by dogs only during certain times of the year, when spores are ready. Types: Black Truffle, White Truffle, Summer black Scorzone, Bianchetto, Black moscato Truffle.

  • Norcineria and cheese

In Umbria Norcineria is a butcher’s shop and Norcino is the person that prepares and sells pork products, such as prosciutto di Norcia IGP, Salami, Sausages as well as pecorino cheese.

  • Agriculture

An ancient tradition links Umbria to farming and agriculture. Different and typical products are cultivated, such as: Cannara onions, Colfiorito red potatoes, Trevi celery, Spelt, Mushrooms, Saffron from Cascia and Città della Pieve, Castelluccio lentils.

  • Chocolate

Since 1907, Perugia is identified with chocolate, thanks to the extraordinary story of Perugina. The Museum and the School of Chocolate, both located inside Perugina’s production plant, keep chocolate history and tradition alive.