Who said that great wine has to be complicated? If you’re looking for an everlasting summer wine; a fresh, fun, and crispy wine; a good wine that you can pair with your Friday’s comfort food like sushi, or perhaps pizza di Formaggio and your favorite T.V show, this Italian white is your go-to!
Verdicchio is one of the two most important white grapes in the La March area, and Castelli di Jesi is one of the oldest, well-known appellations of this charming Italian wine region.
"Verdicchio" means "Little Green One", and this white grape, which dates from the 5th century, is responsible for producing lovely and refreshing wines with crisp acidity and captivating floral and fruity aromas.
The property of Pievalta is more than 17 acres, of which 12 of them are planted with vineyards. Since its inception, this winery has had a responsible and sustainable approach, the vineyards are managed in an organic and biodynamic way, using exclusively natural plant preparations to nourish the soil. In 2005 they became the first winery in the Le Marche region to be certified Biodynamic.
“We don't transform the grape into wine, but we accompany it in its making, always taking a step back as not to break the harmony of the place with our intervention, but on the contrary, leave it to express itself freely, at first to the sight of those who cross over these hills, and then to the taste of those who savor it in the glass. " Alessandro Fenino.
Alessandro is a proud winemaker and the director of Pievalta, together with the agronomist Pierluigi Donna and the winemaker Sergio Paolucci, he has achieved extraordinary praiseworthy wines.
Tasting Notes: 100% Verdicchio. Straw yellow, it has floral aromas, anise, almond and citrus. In the mouth it is fresh, savory and finishes with a persistent mineral sensation. Pair this wine with pizza, fish and shellfish salad, sushi and vegetarian food.
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