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Marche: 18 awarded wines and, above all, the Verdicchio that, between the Castelli di Jesi and Matelica, scores a strike, with so many different interpretations and an average level very remarkable. The extraordinary interpretations of Verdicchio, these grapes so eclectic, have given us, this year, wines with fresh and sharp interpretations more subtle and refined than ever, with sober elegance and intense aroma. The Pecorino confirmed what expressed in 2013 among whites and so the reds with excellent performances, continuity and some new entries. To remark the dessert wines, especially obtained from dried grapes of Lacrima of Morro d' Alba and Verdicchio. 1 of 5 producers were not in the Guide 2013, great sign dynamicity.
Arshura ’11 Valter MattoniCastelli di Jesi Verdicchio Cl. Crisio Ris.’11 CasalfarnetoCastelli di Jesi Verdicchio Cl. Plenio Ris. ’10 Umani RonchiCastelli di Jesi Verdicchio Cl. V. Novali Ris. ’10Terre Cortesi MoncaroCastelli di Jesi Verdicchio Cl. Villa Bucci Ris. ’10 BucciIl Pollenza ’10 Il PollenzaKupra ’10 Oasi degli AngeliOffida Pecorino Artemisia ’12 Tenuta SpinelliRosso Piceno Sup. Roggio del Filare’10 VelenosiVerdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Cl. Il Cantico della Figura Ris. ’10 Andrea FeliciVerdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Cl. San Paolo Ris. ’10 PievaltaVerdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Cl. San Sisto Ris. ’10 Fazi BattagliaVerdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Cl. Sel. GG Ris. ’08 Gioacchino GarofoliVerdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Cl. Sup. Ylice ’12 Poderi MattioliVerdicchio di Matelica Collestefano ’12 CollestefanoVerdicchio di Matelica Meridia ’10 BelisarioVerdicchio di Matelica Mirum Ris. ’11 La MonacescaVerdicchio di Matelica Vign. Fogliano ’10 Bisci
See the 6 major flower aromas in wine and in what wines they are found. Learning the major flower aromas will help you discover all the nuances in wine.
Flower aromas in wine are actually from a variety of chemical compounds. For instance, the smell of geranium flowers in wine is the presence of geraniol, a terpenoid. Many wine experts talk about esters, terpenes and thiols. Suffice it to say, we don’t really need to know exactly what these things are except to know things like: what wines smell like roses? You are such a romantic wine geek! [...]
We have already finished picking the grapes from our younger wines.
These include the “Verenda” parcel, so called because it lies just below the veranda we use as our tasting room; “Orfeo,” the vineyard that takes its name from Orpheus in Greek mythology; and “Pieve,” which means “parish church” in Italian and takes its name from the chapel that lies in the middle of the vineyard at the entrance to our estate.
Now we’ll start picking the Verdicchio that is destined to become our flagship Pievalta label and our Dominé.
Today, we began picking our “Emporio” vineyard, which was planted in 1970. It takes its name from the fact that it borders on what was once a general store and an old tavern where people stopped to eat bread and salami paired with a nice glass of Verdicchio, of course!
Last year while in the region of Le Marche, we visited Azienda Vinicola Umani Ronchi (www.umanironchi.com). The winery's 2009 Vecchie Vigne Casal di Serra Classico Superiore had just been awarded the title of best white wine of the year in Italy by the guide book Gambero Rosso. After the tasting I agreed with that award and rated rather highly the other offerings of Umani Ronchi. [...]
Pale straw and bright with a flinty lemon and maybe grapefruit nose. The palate has a well rounded mouthfeel with a tiny amount of upfront sweetness then there is citrus, some green apples, the tiniest hint of melon or peach sweetness with a finish that has really elegant acidity as it develops with the apple fruit continuing a long way and a wee peach note on the end.
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A short video to introduce Le Senate winery that produce quality, uncommon, red wines in Le Marche region of Italy. More info at www.lesenate.it To achieve higher quality, Le Senate operates manual selection of grapes on vibrating table.
Pamela Brizzola is co-owner of Le Senate winery with husband Giulio Visi. Pamela takes the time to chat with us about the successful winery, which is located in the enchanting Marche region of east Italy. A dream of the couple was to produce fine wine which paid homage to the full-bodied, long finish which is characteristic of wines from France’s Bordeaux region – and Le Senate certainly succeeded in this ambition. Read on to hear of the intriguing history behind the winery’s name, the charms of the Marche region, and the different wines which they produce from their superb terroir. Le Senate will be presenting their wines this year in Arezzo at our Buyer Meets Italian Cellar Workshop in the first week of November. [...]
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Rosso Conero is a small DOC on the east coast of Italy in the state of the Marche. Rosso Conero the DOC is the land surrounding the extinct volcano of Monte Conero right on the Adriatic. A lot of the Marche is kind of flat and then out of nowhere, right on the ocean, you have this extinct volcano with totally different soils!
I actually wrote about this wine a couple years back and this 2010 vintage is rather different from the 2007 I originally wrote about. Here's a link to the previous article if you'd like to check it out: 2007 Rosso Conero
Piantate Lunghe is a project created by three friends to try to revive their family's old vineyards. Amedeo Giustini conceived the idea and then approached his two friends Roberto and Guido Mazzoni. Together they now have about 12 hectares of vineyards within 2000 meters of the Adriatic, but at an elevation of over a 1000 ft above sea level. The vineyard is a mix of dry clay and calcareous soil that slopes south away from the Monte Conero towards the water.
Varietal: 100% Montepulciano.
Vintage: 2010 - I don't know when this wine was released, but I just got the 2010 and it seems like the winery usually holds the wines for a long time. Considering how powerful and deep it is it would make sense that Piantate Lunghe would hold it a while to mellow.
Aroma: The 2010 Piantate Lunghe brings the funk. It's a dark, rich, funky smelling wine. This Rosso Conero's aroma is more rich loamy earth than dry sunny soil that Italian wines often have. The first impression of the Piantate Lunghe smells like freshly turned farm fields to me, but hiding behind that funk is some serious blackberry fruit as well as a whiff of smoke and grilled meat; maybe even some roasting coffee as well. There's a whiff of wood smoke that is so fitting for this time of year (Autumn).
One of the stellar white wines produced by Pievalta s.r.l., a subsidiary vintner of the internationally acclaimed Barone Pizzini cellars, Dominè Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC Classico Superiore 2011 is an award-winning varietal from the Marche region of central Italy. Made from 100% Verdicchio grape and grown organically in strict adherence to, and certified by, Demeter International’s biodynamic standards, Dominè Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC Classico Superiore 2011 has an enticing bouquet of flowers and aromatic herbs. On the palate, it has a strong, savory, persistent taste. It’s drinkability is both pleasing and engaging. Golden yellow in the glass that matches the color of the bottle’s label, Dominè Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC Classico Superiore 2011 marries well with a variety of main-course fish dishes, shellfish salads, sushi, pasta and pizza.
This Charmat rosé from the Marche region (central Italy) is surely in pole position for the award of most extravagant sparkling wine of my summer. A wine that’s strange in every way: the grapes used are the Vernaccia Nera di Serrapetrona and the color, scent and flavor are strange too. Yet, once tasted, it proved intriguing both for myself and for those who had the pleasure of enjoying it with me. I’m not a fan of Charmat sparkling wines, I much prefer classic method ones. I was encouraged to try this by the surprising pleasantness of a still rosé wine produced with the same grapes by the same winery, Tenuta Colli di Serrapetrona, the Marche Rosato Serrarosa 2011, about which I wrote on Il Cucchiaio d’argento. I’m intrigued by the versatility of the mysterious Vernaccia Nera grape, from which comes the only red Italian sparkling wine, which undergoes three successive fermentations. It’s been grown locally since ancient Roman times and was celebrated in 1893 in the Vine-growing and Enology Annual as the best red berry grape of the Marche region. [...]
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