Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi
Classico Superiore Sciocchina 2020, Albamocco


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Grape


100% Verdicchio

Drinking Window


Ready or drink by 2030

Region


Castelplanio (Ancona), MARCHE

Pairings


Spaghetti with mixed seafood sauce
Grilled lamb
Mixed vegetables pie

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Winemaker Notes

Vineyards located at 152 meters a.s.l., with South-West sunlight exposure. The soil is clayey and rich in minerals.

Manual harvest from the 2nd week of September, short skin contact (one night) and alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks for 22 days.

Maturation in steel for 7 months, with repeated batonnages and then other 3 months of aging in steel.


The Story


Albamocco was born in a sunny and windy afternoon and like all good things, it happened unexpectedly.

Nothing best than the owner's words to explain what actually Albamocco is: "As young lovers we wandered to discover Marche hills. On the way, the navigator stopped working, we got lost in the countryside and went off the road. A winemaker saw the scene, helped us and to recover from what had happened he showed us a corner of paradise: his vineyard. It was the encounter with the magic of this land that gave birth to a beautiful dream: Albamocco. Today, in love with Marche region and its beauty, one step away from tour 30s, we have decided to raise our children here. We were literally overwhelmed by the extraordinary nature of the peasant world. In these places, we have always lived in union with the earth and a love for viticulture was born spontaneously in us."



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