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  • Verdicchio di Matelica 2017, “Terre di Val Bona”, Cantine Belisario, Marche, 12.5% vol, 75cl

    Verdicchio di Matelica 2017, “Terre di Val Bona”, Cantine Belisario, Marche, 12.5% vol, 75cl

    IW16

    The Cantine Belisario co-operative was founded in 1971 and today, it is the biggest producer of Verdicchio in the Matelica DOC, a smaller zone than Castello di Jesi. The climate here is more continental than in Castelli di Jesi and the combination of warm days and cool nights gives a longer growing season, and lovely aromatic qualities to the wines.


    The Terre di Valbona is a blend of grapes selected from some of the best vineyards included in the co-op. The vineyards are situated on a south-facing hillside 350-450 metres above sea level. The vines are between 9-24 years old.


    Fermentation is in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks at temperatures of between 15-17ºC for a period of 20 days. After fermentation the wine was aged in stainless steel vats of 300 hectolitre capacity for two months. The Terre di Valbona is unoaked to maximise freshness.


    A pale lemon wine with a lovely aromatic and clean bouquet showing perfumes of acacia and a touch of honey. Surprisingly full-bodied but with a lovely balance between a crisp green apple character and rich, honey and lemon. The finish is dry and vibrant.

    £10.86

  • Greco di Tufo 2017, Vesevo, Avellino, Campania, 12% vol, 75cl

    Greco di Tufo 2017, Vesevo, Avellino, Campania, 12% vol, 75cl

    IW13

    The vineyards are located in the Irpinian hills of Campania, potentially one of Italy’s most exciting wine producing areas.  Despite being so far south, there are large differences here between day and night temperatures, making this one of the latest regions in Italy to harvest.

     

    The vineyards are situated 450-550 metres above sea level, and are always subject to a cool breeze that blows off the Bay of Naples. This same breeze has, over the centuries, blown volcanic ash from Vesuvius inland to give the soil here a poor, volcanic character. Indeed, the name Vesevo is the old name for Vesuvius.

     

    100% Greco. The flavours obtained in the vineyard look to be preserved in the winery. The must is chilled immediately and fermented at 13-14°C rather than the higher fermentation temperatures (18-20°C) prevalent in Italy. The wine remains in stainless steel tank until bottling, sees no oak and does not undergo malolactic fermentation. This results in much purer flavours being captured in the wine.

     

    Lemon-gold in colour with an intense, aromatic perfume of ripe pears with a honeyed, almond note. On the palate, this wine has stone fruit flavours of yellow peaches, a crisp, mineral character, a mouth-filling body and good length on the finish.

     

     

    £15.90