Wine Bucci, Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC Classico Superiore, 2013
The wine shows an intense straw yellow color.
The wine is dry, well-structured and balanced taste that reveals an elegant combination of tones of ripe fruit and nut nuances.
Gentle but persistent aroma of wine charms pleasant fruity notes, notes of apple and almond.
Fine wine as an aperitif, as well as in combination with seafood, pasta, soups, shellfish and fish, white meats and cheeses.
Name of Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi wine comes from the historical area, in the center of which is an ancient city Aesis. Once he was a Roman colony, and it is from the ancient Romans came to fame wine Verdicchio. Later this territory conquered tribes who have passed the Alps, putting an end to the Roman Empire. In ancient writings it is mentioned that the king of the Visigoths, Alaric, who went to the siege of Rome in 410 BC, led 40 mules loaded with barrels of wine Verdicchio.
Name Classico Superiore indicates that this is one of the best wines produced at this site as well as wine category Classico Superiore have a higher level of quality, high-density and rich aroma and flavor characteristics. These wines come on the market only after two years of exposure and different great development potential.
Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore, 2013 shows a complex flavor, filled with fruit and spicy tones and elegant taste with a good balance of acidity, notes of apple and almond. To create a wine using grapes Verdicchio, collected from 40 years old vines that give low yields, but instead give the drink an intensive, multi-faceted and extremely complex. The wine is fermented in separate batches in stainless steel tanks and then aged for 2 years in oak barrels in cool cellars. The wine has a long development potential and storage.
Bucci family, originally from Castelli di Jesi, is engaged in agriculture since 1700. The current owner of the company - Ampelio Bucci - manages 400 acres of land on which grows not only wine, but also other cultures - olives, corn, wheat, sugar beet, sorghum and sunflowers. The main vineyard Bucci area of 21 hectares is located in the Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi. Here grown varieties Verdicchio. Vineyard in the DOC Rosso Piceno, a 5-hectare, the company grows Sangiovese and Montepulciano. In order to improve the quality of agriculture, Ampelio Bucci completely eliminate the use of pesticides and herbicides and adheres to organic cultivation technology of vines and olive groves. He also introduced the vineyards are very strict rules limiting the productivity of vines almost 2 times.