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April 3rd, 2012

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Wines and People of Le Marche n. 1


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Giuan, La Montata, Mouldy Raisin IGT Marche Bianco


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Alberto Quacquarini Vernaccia di Serrapetrona Dolce


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Color garmet red, clear with good effervescenze. The aroma is complex enough of rose and wilted violet, large cherries from Pistoia and strawberry. Lighty spicy of chocolate. In the mouth it is sweet, warm enough, fresh and plesantly fizzy. At the end it fades on sweet and ripe fruit. Bavarian mousse with fruits of the forest. Location: Colleluce vineyards, planted in 1970, 20.00 Ha Alcohol content: 11.5% - 12% Percentage of dessicated grapes: from 55% to 60% Froth Time: 8/9 months Pairings: Ideal for pastry cakes dry, sparkling wine can be good meditation Serving temperature: 8 - 10 C Standard Packaging: 0.75 liter - 1.5 liter Magnum See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

In the process of raisining, some berries are infected by a gray mould that causes almost total desiccation of the berries, thus attributing quite peculiar sense and soughtafter flavours to the wine. The selection of berries is very meticulous and it is not an easy wine to attain, but its bouquet, it s smoothness to the palate, the great balance, its unique taste make of it a great wine for meditation. Once the grapes are discarded and then pressed their yield is 7-8 litres per 100 kg of freshly picked grapes. The grapes are strung up in individual bunches and over 4 months in rooms where, from time to time, the fireplace is lit for smoking. Some bunches, or even individual berries are, in specific years and peculiar conditions, infected by Grey Mould. These are selected manually selected and pressed separately with a maximum yield of 10% of the harvest. The outcome is unique nectar that seeps in 110 litre demibarriques for 36 months before reaching its peak. The unfiltered result is then bottled. The berries: these are the hand-selected ones, infected with the grey mould. Annual Production: 300 to 500 500ml bottles Colour: Deep amber. Perfume: Intense, complex, yellow fruit, ripe compote, traces of spices.
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Flavour: Sweet, pleasantly balanced, constant. Serving Suggestions: medium-size goblets, 14C, best after airing. Goes well with: excellent by itself, dry sweets, fruit jam-tarts, cheese. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Metauro Valley Wines: Mariotti Cesare, Montemaggiore al Metauro


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Velenosi Villa Angela Pecorino 2010, Doc Offida


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$13.95 on US Market Pecorino is a grape variety that is gaining acclaim, and this wine shows why. Aromas of pear, peach, almond paste and honey. Dry and fruity with a nice seam of acidity to bring balance. This pretty and flavourful wine is a great sipper. It can be enjoyed with grilled shrimp and a light lemon sauce, or with the regional cheese that shares its name. (VINTAGES panel, July 2011) Score: 4.0/5 Reviews: 3 Released:Mar 31, 2012 See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

The farm Mariotti was born in 1930 within the historical metauro valley, where vineyards have been cultivated since ancient times. Located in Montemaggiore Metauro in "Localit Sant'Antonio", the farm express an interesting harmony of perfect unions between nature and skilled modern techniques from Wine to Extra Virgin Olive Oil See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Le Marche Wine Abroad: How Portland became obsessed with Italian vino
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Villa Grifoni, Offida Passerina DOP


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Delicate floral bouquet of white lilac, honeysuckle and acacia fruit with suggestions of pome and citrus, slender body, fruity, pleasantly acid. Grape variety: Passerina 100%. Grapevine: farmed as organic system. Refinement: refined in bottles three months before being sold. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People "Portland may be a smallish town, but it's a huge Italian wine market." Restaurants, bottle shops and importers have turned the Rose City into a major consumer of Italian vintages. A look
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at the long history and key milestones of Portland's Italian connection. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

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Pecorino - Offida, Marche, Italy


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Between Porchia and Montalto delle Marche: Poderi dei Colli Wines
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Confusion is usually the first thing that people experience when confronted with the Pecorino grape for the first time. "Isn't Pecorino the name of a cheese?" many ask, and, of course, they're right. Pecorino Romano is the name of a famous sheep's milk cheese made in the Latium and Sardinia regions of Italy, while the Pecorino we're concerned with here is a grape grown on the other side of the Italian peninsula in the Marche and Abruzzo regions. One might be inclined to wonder if the grape and the cheese had something in common given their identical names and the answer is, kind of. Both are derived from the same word, pecora, which means "sheep" in Italian. Pecorino Romano (and Pecorino Toscana and Pecorino Sardo) is so named because it is a sheep's milk cheese. The Pecorino grape is so named not because of any kind of direct link to sheep, but because it is said that sheep particularly enjoyed eating the grapes while they were being driven through vineyards from pasture to pasture. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Wine and People from Le Marche Went to Mexico: Villa Montefiori


April 3rd, 2012

Here te text of the Video: The farm Poderi dei Colli tells a story of passion and elegance that is born into the world of wine. It is a tradition of strong ties with the Piceno region, a land rich in colors and scents that only the proximity of the sea, hills and mountains can give. The farm plunges his memory in the hills of the town of Montalto delle Marche, in the green heart of the province of Ascoli Piceno. It is here that the Mannocchi family farm was born and developed, since 1960. The wine produced in these places is the result of a unique encounter between the mans acquired experience and what nature has to offer, thanks to a culture that always respects the environment. The farm Poderi dei Colli draws its energy from the earth. The fifty acre farm, mostly planted with vineyards, stretched along the Piceno countryside, surrounded by a special microclimate of the hills. The strong temperature differences between day and night, the lowlevel moisture as well as the freshness of climate let develop in the grapes, especially in white grapes, a special bouquet, which the farm preserves intact and valuable in its wines. The soil structure, medium-textured and clayey, controls, of course, the production and is also combined with the careful work of man in order to return high quality grapes. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Lacrima di Morro d'Alba - Tears of Joy


April 3rd, 2012

In 1985 Paolo Paoloni went to Mexico to work for Bodega LA Cetto. A decade later the Paoloni family from Le Marche, founded Villa Montefiori. In 1998 they planted the estate with Italian and French varietals. The first released vintage was 2005.

This wine springs from the soils of the Marche region of Italy, province of Ancona, and most precisely, the little town of Morro dAlba. Just in this place, and in a few
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surrounding hamlets, grows one of Italys, and indeed the worlds most distinctive grapes: Lacrima (di Morro dAlba). Those with some familiarity with Latin-rooted languages might understand Lacrima as tear, and theyd be right. The deeply colored variety is so named because its very thin skins, that upon reaching full ripening, often split, and spill their stained fructose tears. A pity for the grower who has to learn how to get his fruit in preferably just before the bawling starts, but those who do manage it give the drinker a rare pleasure... Read more about Lacrima See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Wines from a beautiful land: Le Cantine di Figaro, Ripatransone


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Civitanova Wine Festival


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Le Cantine di Figaro winery is located in the Municipality of Ripatransone in the Marche Region of Italy and, in one of the most picturesque and well suited agricoltural area for wines, produces red wines from Montepulciano, Merlot, Sangiovese and Syrah grapes and whites from Pecorino, Passerina and Malvasia grapes. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People Exhibitors Stefano Mancinelli, Maria Pia Castelli, Cantina Sant'Isidoro, Antica casa vinicola Garofoli, Montecoriolano, Azzoni Avogadro Carradori, Santa Barbara, Seghetti Panichi, Si.Gi, Accadia, Lanfranco Quacquarini, Borgo Paglianetto, Cantine Fontezoppa, Fontorfio, Casaleta, Az.Finocchi, La calcinara, Boccafosca, Cantine Belisario, Cantina Poggio Montali, Saputi, Oleificio Cartechini Marco, F.lli Politi, Rio Maggio, Cantine D'ercoli, Eredi Censi Buffarini, Colli di Serrapetrona, Colli Ripani, Consorzio Colli Maceratesi Program 14/04/2012 18.30 - Carlo Cambi presents: "Verdicchio, the best Italian white wine" 21.00 - Traditional music of the Marche 15/04/2012 11.00 am - Carlo Cambi presents: Book "Wine of Le Marche" Il vino marchigiano The program includes two contests and Guided tasting: "Passerina against Ribona" "Pecorino against Verdicchio di Matelica" 15.30 - Carlo Cambi presents: - Winemaker Giancarlo Soverchia - The Rose' Marche, developments and interpretations" See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Cantine Aperte: Italian Wine Tourism Movement


April 3rd, 2012

May the 27th 2012 One of the most important event of the year about Wine in Italy, involving wine as the main protagonist together with the people who produce it and the territory where it is made. For the past 20 years during the last Sunday of May, the members of the association have opened their doors to the vast public. Cantine Aperte has attracted the attention of both local residents and tourists as well as the younger generations who, in ever increasing numbers participate in this cultural and worthy experience. 1.000 wine cellars open to the 1 million visitors... Get here your Le movimentoturismovino.it Marche Itinerary:

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April 3rd, 2012

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Saladini Pilastri Rosso Piceno2008


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Organic Wines Le Marche: Allevi Maria Letizia, Castorano


April 3rd, 2012

Started in 2004, the firm possesses 3 cultivated hectars of grapewine following the laws of biological agricolture in Italy. Montepulciano, Pecorino and Cabernet are the raised vines. Bottels produced 6.000 You might look at the long exotic-sounding name and think Wow this must be a fancy schmancy expensive wine. Except it wasnt. For $8.99 this wine is a steal! Rosso Piceno is a red wine blend made from 70% Sangiovese and 30% Montepulciano, both which are the two most harvested native grape varieties in Italy. This particular one also happens to be made from organically grown grapes! So when I first opened this bottle of wine and tasted it, I was underwhelmed by the flatness and lack of flavor. However when I let the wine breathe (by pouring it through a nice Vinturi aerator my mother bought for me), the flavors seem to come alive and I was able to taste things that were masked before! The change was pretty astonishing and I was pleasantly surprised what a difference aerating makes on this one... See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Vino Cotto Wine Products


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In the Land of Senones Gaulish tribe: Venturi Roberto, Castelleone di Suasa


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Vino cotto wine products, loosely translated as cooked wine generally refers to wine varieties produced in Marche, Abruzzo and Calabria in Southern Italy. These types of wine are usually produced by individuals for their personal use rather than for profit or commercial interests. However, vino cotto wines have enjoyed rising popularity among wine enthusiasts and wine collectors, generally due to the exposure given by established chefs who use vino cotto wines in their signature recipes. The first step in producing high quality vino cotto wine lies in the selection of excellent late harvest grapes which are then pressed. The juice extracted from these grapes, hereon referred to as the grape must is then slowly cooked in a copper vessel over low heat for over fifteen hours... See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Founded in the '70s by Filiberto Venturi in Castelleone di Suasa, the farm is now run by the son Roberto. It boast 8 hectars of vineyard with prevalence for Verdicchio, Aleatico, Montepulciano, Muscat and Sangiovese. Winemaker Pierluigi Lorenzetti, bottles produced 70,000.
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Le Marche at Vinitaly 2012 - Program


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Wines and People of Le Marche: Rio Maggio, Montegranaro


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Sunday, March 25, 2012 13.00 - 14.00: Decanter 13.00 - 15.00: Press Conference organized to present the Marche Region Programme - Events Vinitaly 2012 Vernaccia di Serrapetrona - Issuance of stamps, Prof. Angelo Di Stasi - President of the Commission for study and card processing postal stamps DOCG Offida Pecorino - New name for the region Marche 1 st International Wines for Fish Selection - Presentation 14.30 - 15.00: Tasting Live with TVRS television 16.00 - 17.00: Cangrande Medal Award Monday, March 26, 2012 13.00 - 16.00: Wine Tasting with the German delegation and tasting of typical products led by journalist Steffen Maus 15.30 - 16.30: Musicultura presents the 16 finalists 16.00 - 17.00: Decanter Tuesday, March 27, 2012 11.00 - 13.00: 5 provinces present a project on Italian DOCG 15.00 - 17.00: Focus on the export of wine in the U.S. 16.00 - 17.00: Decanter Wednesday, March 28, 2012 11.00 - 13.00: Wine Bloggers - New opportunities for promotion 16.00 - 17.00: Decanter See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

The history begins with Graziano Santucci, founder of the company in 1976, who dedicated to his vineyards passion and care with a strong attention to tradition, knowledge that Graziano taught to his son Simone. Simone Santucci, after the father's dead, has implanted vineyards for the production of two important D.O.C. wines of the region Le Marche, especially for the area between the districts of Ascoli Piceno and Macerata: Rosso Piceno and Falerio dei Colli Ascolani. During the last thirty years of activity, Simone and his wife Tiziana have been working with enthusiasm, following their instinct to make their dream of success come true. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

8 New Wines, Spring is arriving in Le Marche


April 3rd, 2012

Greeting from PS winery and Nascondiglio di Bacco and the beautiful Marche We sat down with our 2 winemakers and a beautiful redhead to come up with our Bordeaux blend last week and after trying each of the 4 bordeaux varieties we had "in purezza", we proceeded to try the first logical blend which was based on how much of each we had in barrels. That was pretty decent, but decidedly towards the Pomerol style with lots of Merlot. I encouraged our chief winemaker to try some other blends and thus the next try was with 25% of each. This was actually a bit better and really brought out the Cab. Franc. Finally, we tried a bit less Merlot, more Cab. Sauvignon and equal portions of the Petit Verdot and Cab. Franc and that seemed to be the consensus favorite. Final blend for this wine will be 1000 liters of Merlot, 750 L of Cab. Sauvignon and 500 L of the other 2. The IGT Rosso or base red (with no barrel aging) for 2011 will either be half Cab. Sauv. and half Merlot or perhaps 40% of each of those 2 and 20% Syrah. The 2010 Syrah has decided it will stay in its wooden barrels/ tonneau for another year before release and rules dictate the same for the DOC Offida Rosso from 2010. We will also be bottling the slightly wood aged Pecorino from 2010 as well
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as the 2011 Pecorino, which had a very low yield but is of high quality. Finally a limited edition of 300 bottles of each of the Bordeaux varieties will be available in wooden display cases along with the blend. Bottling is scheduled for May and release of the reds should be around Christmas, 2012... See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Offida Passerina DOC "Castrum" Cantine Il Crinale


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Sparkling wine Pecorino Brut Cherri


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White wine grapes produced with "Passerina" from yellowish light and fruity taste that recalls the flower of acacia, has a taste crisp and dry with a persistent aftertaste, ideal union with fish and the first Mediterranean cuisine. Pecorino Sparkling wine Brut Cherri is obtained from a selection of grapes from the ancient Pecorino vine. A wine with a cool, fruity, acidulous palate, good density and body with lasting sparkle. Hay-yellow colour, with hints of apple, pineapple and broom. Serving temperature 8-10C. Alcohol 11,5%. Type of glass tulip. Packing in cartons of 6 bottles. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People Production area: Born in the hills of Piceno where the grape Passerina represents history and tradition. Grape: 100% Passerina. Organoleptic characteristics: The colour is light yellow with green reflections. Fresh smell, fruity, floral and herbaceous have a clear hint of acacia flower, but also exotic fruit and honey. The taste is just as crisp, with hints of green apple. At the same time it is dry and characterized by obvious hints minerals. The aftertaste is bitter but with spicy notes, very pleasant and persistent. High levels of acidity. Overall wine is an intense, full-bodied, aromatic. Service: Serve tulips flared at a temperature of 8-10 C. Pairing: A fresh and dry wine that perfectly pair with the Adriatic coastal cuisine based on fish ans ses food. Mediterranean cuisine: light sauces pasta dishes enriched with seasonal vegetables. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

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Vallerosa Bonci Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico "Carpaneto"


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Fattoria Laila RossoPiceno on the US Market


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Vallerosa Bonci Winery, Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi doc, the Carpaneto represents the most typical Verdicchio that the Cupramontana area has to offer. This amazing wine received and keeps receiving high recognition and it is identified as the MOST REPRESENTATIVE IN THE AREA !!! Elegant, full bodied, white wine, long finish, intense, fruit forward. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Budget Wine of the Week: 2010 Pievalta Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi
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Rosso Piceno is the largest AOC of the Marche region of central, coastal Italy. By regulation the wine must be 65% sangiovese after that you can throw pretty much anything else you like into it. I guess the rosso is indicative that this is red wine not chardonnay! I drank it in the evening whilst prepping a really delicious 3 meat Bolognese. I like having a wine from the country whose food I am cooking. Spag Bog needs an Italian wine. I had the Fattoria laying around so out popped the cork. I love remembering why I bought the wine for the store in the first place. Memories came back to. The wine is rich without being OTT. Lots of good red and black fruit, nothing damaging, no high acidity, no flawed flavors, just pure wine. Color was garnet and clear, aromas were sweet nothing excessive, and the flavor really easy. You cant drink heavy wine every night, sometimes not at all, and I get so much more excited over drinking a cheapy like this when everything, including the price, comes together. Loved it, loved the Spag Bog. Producer: Fattoria Laila Vintage: 2009 Varietal: Sangiovese/Montepulciano Country: Italy Region: Marche Production: I would guess quite large Availability: Yes. $14.00 pb. $11.90 pb on a case See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Average Price: $17 It is made from the indigenous Italian grape Verdicchio. While not the cheapest of wines, it offers tremendous value in the under-$20 range. The Taste: Lemony, straw color with restrained yet inviting aromas and flavors of citrus, red apple and apricot with nuances of fresh flowers, honey, pronounced earthy minerality and a wonderful nutty note on the finish. On the palate it is wonderfully crisp and refreshing, juicy mouthfeel. The texture is moderately rich with lots of extract and flavor concentration. Long minerally finish with a delightful spicy kick. At the Table: Because of the fairly rich palate and mouthfeel, this wine pairs well with a wide variety of dishes such as scallops, pan-fried white or oily fish - we enjoyed it with spanish mackeral. It would also be fantastic with a simple herbed roast chicken or veal scaloppine served with creamy mashed potatoes. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

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Brunori Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico San Nicolo


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certainly purchase. Stepping up in price the 2007 Rossio del Filare had an edge with its depth of fruit over 2007 Ludi. My quick impressions are below along with the suggested retail prices... See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Tasted Le Marche Wines: Cocci Grifoni Le Torri Review


April 3rd, 2012

Another from Moore Brothers from their recent 10% off sale. This was medium bodied and lemony. The 6 hectares of the San Nicol vineyard are located in the heart of the Verdicchio D.O.C., 200 meters above sea level. The varietal has been vinified in this area since the 15th century. Having produced excellent Verdicchio for three generations, the Brunori family has achieved a perfect balance of tradition in the vineyard (no chemicals, handharvesting, respect of the sandy soils) and innovation in the cellar (soft-pressing and microfiltering). The result is a wine of structure and fleshiness, with beautiful aromatics and a lovely, nutty finish. This is also a wine for aging - 5 to 8 years - taking on more complex layers of aromas and textures. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People Another wine from Tenuta Cocci Grifoni. This time their 'Le Torri' Rosso Piceno DOC Superiore 2007. A good plummyliquorice flavoured Montepulciano/Sangiovese mix. Perfect with meat and game or even intensely scented foods like truffles or mature cheeses. Cin-cin! See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Awarded Wines of Le Marche:Verdicchio di Matelica Riserva Mirum 2009 Fattoria La Monacesca


April 3rd, 2012

Sampling the Wines of Velenosi at MacArthurBeverages


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I was recently at MacArthur Beverages when Anne Hay of Domaine Select Wine Estates and Andrea Bianco of Azienda Vitivinicola Velenosi were sampling five wines from Velenosi. Tim called me over and as this was a new producer for me I had great fun trying the wines because I rarely drink wines from the Marche region of Italy. I started with the strongest value of the bunch. The 2010 Querci Antica which was a stand out for its intense floral qualites, perhaps polarizing to some, it is one I enjoyed and a bottle I will
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This Verdicchio di Matelica riserva is a wine that has been prized with "5 grappoli" by the AIS Guide "Duemilavini" ed. 2012. Classication : Verdiocchio di Matelica Riserva D.O.C. Grape varieties : I00% Verdicchio Growing area : Contrada Monacesca, Municipality of Matelica. Vineyard size : 3 hectares Vineyard aspect : North-south Soils prole : Predominantly clayey Training system : Vertically-trained arched or doublearched cane Vineyard age : 30 years Vineyard density : 1.800 vines/hectare Vineyard yield : 2 kg/vine Vineyard altitude : 400 metres Harvest period : Third-fourth week in October Vinication process: Hand picking of the gapes. which had been left on the vine an extra two weeks until slightly overripe; they were immediately lightly pressed with no use of SO2 followed by 20 day fermentation at 20C in stainless steel. The wine rested on the fine less until spring and undenwent natural malolactic fernentation in early summer. Maturation : Eighteen months in steel and six in glass. then oofficially released December 1, two years from harvest, in accord with regulations. Sensory profile: A wine of great distinction produced only in the finest years; the slightly oser-ripe yerdicchio grapes are its remarkable resource. Combined with a lengthy maturation. these grapes yield a remarkably aromatic nose. which releases intense scents of toasted almonds, citrus. honey and crusted bread; with cellaring, the bouquet will develop still greater complexity. On the palate. it immediately expands to astounding richness and suppleness balanced rich and seemingly endless. It is ideal with non-aged cheeses, cured-meat antipasti, and sauced poultry and veal. Serving temperature: l2C Production quantity : 20.000 750 ml bottles and 500 L5 lt. magnums Cellaring potential : 10 years or more See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

Awarded Wines of Le Marche: Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore San Michele 2009 Bonci
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This Verdicchio del Castelli di Jesi Doc Classic Superior is a wine that has been prized with "5 grappoli" by the AIS Guide "Duemilavini" ed. 2012. San Michele is a white wine, obtained from the wine-making of gapes of a vineyard located in St. Michele area. The good Southern Exposure and 400 mt. above the sea level create a particularty appropriate micro-cimate for the prodiction of quality grapes. A special element of this area is the considerable thermal contrast between day and night in the last phase of gape ripening, by guaranteeing in this way a stability of aromatic precursors. The moderate yield per hectare, the implantation age, the clonal varieties of Verdcchio create the ideal condtions for the production of this cru". Alcohol Content: 14% vol. Colour: briliant, straw-yellow, gold dotted. Bouquet: oral with light aromatic sensations of anise, acacia, peach, hazelnut and citrus fruits. Taste: soft, delicate and greatly structured with an almondy aftertaste. Serving Temperature: 14C. Gastronomy: ideal for sh, but it can also match white meats.

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Preservation: it is at its best after one year of bottling. but it can be preserved even for several years. See it on Scoop.it, via Wines and People

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