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This delightful Pecorino displays exactly why the indigenous Italian white grapes provide such a fantastic value when it comes to crowd-pleasing versatility. First floral, especially redolent of acacia and apricot blossom, it then segues into ripe peach and apples on the palate with an engaging juxtaposition of acidity and a slight honeyed character. Perfect for hard cheeses and aperitif drinking.
Price: $19.99

2016 La Monacesca "Mirum" Verdicchio di Matelica Riserva
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93 points James Suckling: " A complex, quite flinty verdicchio with a ton of citrus fruit and pears and a rather succulent but not heavy palate. In fact, the finish has a nice lightness of touch and some real finesse. Drink now." (08/2018) K&L Notes: The Matelica region of the Marche is one of the most unique growing zones in all of Italy; it is a north-south valley in the middle of the Apennine mountain range that once was a salt lake. The orientation of the valley closes it off from the warm coastal waters (the opposite of the west coast of the US) a...

2017 La Monacesca Verdicchio di Matelica
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James Suckling described the 2016 Verdicchio di Matelica as an "excellent food wine" exhibiting "plenty of ripe-citrus flavors and good length." (11/2018).
Price: $17.99


Poderi San Lazzaro is a 15-hectare, organically-farmed estate in the Marche, located between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea. This lovely and wonderfully affordable Sangiovese shows hints of smoke to complement the floral, cherry-inflected nose. The fruit is clean on the palate, which is medium-bodied, with good acidity, soft tannins and a vein of minerality. Great for pasta night.
Price: $14.99

Producer's notes: "It is the wine with which Belisario has experienced the greatest emotions. It was the first Verdicchio in the "Riserva" type. Produced since 1988 only with Verdicchio grapes vinified with the method of cryomaceration. It matures in steel and partly in toasted oak barrels for at least a year and is refined for another year in the bottle. The complexity of the production is the complexity of its organoleptic heritage: the Marche hills, the Mediterranean sun, floral aromas, vanilla, great structure, savory, persuasive, harmonious. To be c...
Price: $21.99

Wine Enthusiast: "Aromas of scorched earth, ripe yellow apple and a whiff of toasted nut lead the nose. On the medium-bodied palate, fresh acidity offsets dried yellow peach, a hint of citrus zest and bitter almond. (KO)" (12/2018)
Price: $19.99

(organic/vegan) 50% Dolcetto, 25% Nebbiolo, 25% Barbera. Harvested by hand in boxes. The varieties are pressed and vinified separately according to their individual characteristics. Traditional fermentations with daily pumping of the must over the cap for at least 15 and up to 30 days, depending on the variety. The wines are then drawn off, and the Dolcetto is transferred into steel tanks while the Barbera and Nebbiolo mature for 12 months in French oak.The wines are then blended before being cellared for a further six months in stainless steel tanks. C...
Price: $17.99

91 points James Suckling: "Very ripe red fruit on the nose for a wine from the Marche. A hint of balsamic vinegar, too. But this has good structure and a lightness of touch at the finish that’s very typical for the region." (11/2018) K&L Notes: The Matelica region of the Marche is one of the most unique growing zones in all of Italy; it is a north-south valley in the middle of the Apennine mountain range that once was a salt lake. The orientation of the valley closes it off from the warm coastal waters (the opposite of the west coast of the US) and giv...