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Wineries in Marche Region-From Urbino as Base

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Hello everyone, I'm glad to be back here. Can't believe I've forgotten to use this as my number one source since arriving in Europe 9 months ago!
I"ve read some of your responses on Urbino and the area, but am specifically looking for those who have visited wineries. If you have visited wineries with fresh, aromatic, dry white wines in Marche region please do comment here!

As for me, I've just arrived in the Marche region after driving from Tuscany (where I was house-sitting and dog-sitting in a tiny village-will post on that later) to take a much needed 3 day break from the badly behaved dog I was sitting with (140 pounds of jumping, clawing, and disobedient male recently neutered dog!). This is the first time I've had a car in my 9 months of traveling as it's just not feasibly on my solo traveler budget on such a long term trip. And my god is driving in Italy expensive!? Yes. The tolls alone are a shocker. Similar to France. No wonder so many people use ride shares these days.

So I want to use my car, and I"m based in Urbino. I want to see some wineries, but I've also been convinced by those on other threads here, to see San Marino, and of course I'll go see the Palazzo Ducale since I'm in Urbino (thought I'm a couple miles outside the center-oh the joys of budget lodging! but seriously it's pretty nice for how little I'm paying and the difference is significant from the cheapest decent place in center)

Chime in if you've got stories, ideas, suggestions.... or if you just want to give me some tips on how to avoid parking fees everywhere, or a great restaurant or enoteca I should hit.... !

thank you in advance

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