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white berries

On our estate, we grow the Maceratino vines, an ancient and noble autochthonous cultivar, increasingly appreciated for its specificity, organoleptic characteristics and absolutely exclusive link with our territory.

Maceratino is also known as Ribona.

In the past it was believed that it was related to Greco from Campania, but recent studies have confirmed another hypothesis: Maceratino is a close relative of Verdicchio.

This makes it possible to predict a future of growing notoriety for the vine, in the wake of Verdicchio's international notoriety, and justifies the great care with which we apply ourselves to perfecting the organoleptic result of the wine from which it originates.

From the Ribona or Maceratino, we also obtain a particular sparkling wine, the result of the selection of the best bunches of the vine and of the resting technique on the lees for a period of no less than 6 months.

In addition to Maceratino, in the lands of our company there are other typically Marche vines, such as Malvasia.

Then there are the international white grape varieties, such as Chardonnay and Sauvignon. Of these we point out the excellent results, given their perfect adaptation to the climates of our land.

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