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The Matelica region of the Marche is one of the most unique growing zones in all of Italy; it is a north-south valley in the middle of the Apennine mountain range that once was a salt lake. The orientation of the valley closes it off from the warm coastal waters and gives it a more continental climate of cold winters and hot summers with cool nights, the perfect balance to make vibrant wines.
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93 points James Suckling: "A complex, quite flinty verdicchio with a ton of citrus fruit and pears and a rather succulent but not heavy palate. In fact, the finish has a nice lightness of touch and some real finesse. Drink now." (08/2018) Jancis Robinson: "Chalk, ripe lemon and almond. Lots of flinty, spicy, savouriness on the palate entry, then lemon rind and spice. Good length. 16.5/20 points. (TJ)" (01/2020) K&L Notes: The Matelica region of the Marche is one of the most unique growing zones in all of Italy, a north-south valley in the middle of t...
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ColleStefano is situated in a hilly belt in the hinterland of the Marches, 420 m above sea-level. This narrow land is watered by the Esino river and bound on the east and west by the mountain range of the Appennini Umbro-Marchigiani. Not affected by the mitigating influence of the Adriatic Sea, the region is characterized by a cool, dry mesoclimate with a dramatic day/night temperature range. This is ideal for the growing of Verdicchio di Matelica, which has been cultivated in this district since ancient times and characteristically ripens late in the se...
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In the mid-19th century, the Marotti family purchased land in the Sant’Amico hamlet of Morro D’Alba and built a villa. The land and winery are still owned by the Marotti family, and in 1991 Giovanni Marotti Campi launched a major renovation project in the vineyards focusing on Verdicchio and Lacrima di Morro d’Alba. The Luzano is 100% Verdicchio that is fermented in stainless steel tanks and then ages sur lie for six months in tank. Winery tasting notes: "Straw yellow color with light green reflections. Aromas of acacia, broom and wildflowers, chamomile ...
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96 points Decanter: "Even with more than 20 years of age, this wine from Ampelio Bucci’s oldest vineyards can be both rich and fresh. (MG)" (03/2020) 95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Delicate, enticing scents of Spanish broom, botanical herbs, beeswax and ripe citrus shape the nose. Linear and supremely elegant, the vibrant palate delivers ripe yellow peach, apricot, grapefruit and mineral alongside tangy acidity. A classic varietal note of bitter almond graces the lingering finish. Hold for even more complexity. *Top 100 Cellar Selections 2019* (KO)" (09/2...
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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "La Monacesca is one of the few producers to experiment with the Syrah grape on this Adriatic side of Italy. Their 2015 Syrah is a ripe and round rendition with loads of pretty dark-fruit intensity. This wine makes me want to taste more Syrah from the Marche, especially because the fullness and generosity of the grape pairs so well with all the delicious grilled meat dishes that are cooked up regularly in these parts. The wine ages in neutral barrique for 24 months and is framed by sweet spice and savory smoke. On...
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