Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore DOCFulvia Tombolini
First courses based on fish and vegetables
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The amount of sulfites: at least 40% less than the amount permitted by law.
Fantastic expression of one of the most important Italian white grape varieties: Verdicchio capable of giving great whites from aging.
The grapes were so soft, fermented in steel and then 8 months of rest in steel and 8 months in bottle.
The real Verdicchio: opulent and elegant, fresh and vibrant. Born in vineyards as a garden, among the rolling hills of Stafford, in a privileged and exclusive: the one where the Verdicchio can call themselves "Classic." Intense and clean, full and consistent, long and well balanced, good at 10/12 ° C.
Verdicchio goes well with first courses based on fish and vegetables. Like risotto alla pescatora, pasta with clams and zucchini, risotto with prawns and asparagus, fettuccine with truffles and pasta with genovese pesto. For the second courses based on shellfish or molluscs such as shrimp kebabs or mussels au gratin
The story continues
Fulvia Tombolini has chosen to follow the tradition and inspiration of her family, striving to produce quality wines while protecting the territory.
A perfect balance between the passion and will of the present generation and the commitment to preserve the environment for the future ones.
What's VINO LIBEROThe Vino Libero project, an association of 13 Italian wineries which includes important brand, was born to meet the needs and expectations of increasingly educated customers. Vino Libero literally translates as ‘free wine’, but in this case it means free from anything which negatively affects the quality of the wine. This project promotes wines that are free from herbicides and fertilizers, and is against pollutant and wasteful packaging.