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The Marches region, from which this wine hails, is situated in the center of the Italian peninsula and the region ext...Read more...
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The Marches region, from which this wine hails, is situated in the center of the Italian peninsula and the region extends from the mountainous chain of the Apennines, which is the regional border to the west, to the Adriatic. The region borders the Abruzzi, Latium, Tuscany, Umbria and Emilia-Romagna. The extremely low yield of grapes per hectare, the harvesting of the fruit when it is fully ripe and full maturation, fermentation and fining in small oak barrels enable this wine to acquire a powerful and elegant structure. Contact with wood and an extended stay in the bottle enrich its elegant and persistent aromatic vein. It is a wine that enjoys great longevity and keeps well. This wine is richly structured, complex and seductive. The wine combines perfectly with smoked fish, risottos, elaborate fish dishes and white meats, and even with spicy foods.
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