Verdicchio [verˈdikkjo] is a white Italian wine grape variety grown primarily in the Marche region of central Italy. The name Verdicchio derives from verde (or "green") and refers to the slight green/yellow hue that wines made from the grape can have.Verdicchio is the principal grape behind two Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC) wines produced in the provinces of Ancona and Macerata, Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi and Verdicchio di Matelica. In addition to producing still wines, Verdicchio grapes are also used to make sparkling wine and straw wine.
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    • Do Bianchi Thanksgiving Six-Pack 2014

      My Thanksgiving 2014 Six-Pack is almost sold out but there are still a few left. To order please just click the link below to email me. Thanks for your support… E buon weekend, yall! Above: this year’s six-pack includes the 1999 Bonci Verdicchio, one of the most stunning wines I’ve tasted this year.

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    • Thoughts on Tre Bicchieri 2015

      Thoughts on Tre Bicchieri 2015 November 24, 2014 at 2:11 pm The Tre Bicchieri awards of Gambero Rosso have been announced for 2015 and as usual, there are many familiar names on the list along with some welcome new ones. It’s a well thought out list, one that honors Italy’s most famous wine types such as Barolo, Brunello and Amarone along with many excellent wines that norm ...

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  • Some New Italian Wine Finds for Vancouver?

    … Some New Italian Wine Finds for Vancouver? Italian wines put a smile on my face and many other wine lovers I know. Grapes that are native to Italy, and not as wide-spread around the world like Barbera, Nebbiolo, Rondinella and Corvina produce wines that are very interesting and flavourful. But Italy still has to work hard to get the general…

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  • Buying Wine: Our Favorite LA Shops

    … to open. The “giftor” says the wine is outta whack while others find it full flavored and jummie. It is full and tannic. Worth buying once the price drops which it will. Sit on it at least a year. 13% 2012 Bucci Verdicchio Classico dei Castelli di Jesi $20 ($48 on the list): Delicious white wine. The 250% markup on the wine list is normal. The wine…

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  • Tracie P’s fabu birthday picnic, glam dinner & end-of-the-night smooch

    … insalata di mare that he made. Wholesome macaroni and cheese for the girls, housemade peanut butter, a berry-heavy fruit salad (they love berries)… For mom and dad, mozzarella di bufala with a bottle of extra-virgin olive oil and fleur de sel, his expertly sliced prosciutto, his house-cured olives… And of course, it can’t be a picnic, as Nino Ferrer…

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  • Groovy wines tasted in LA last week & an AMAZING Sardinian

    … notes on the nose were practically aphrodisiacal. The Guccione 2010 (?) Catarratto was another wholly original wine on my palate. Slightly oxidative with judicious skin contact, this elegant expression of Catarratto offered a glimpse of the grape variety’s potential when farmed organically and vinified thoughtfully. Expensive but truly impressive…

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