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Villa Bucci

The Bucci family has been farming a substantial holding along the coastal Castelli di Jesi region since the 1700s. On the eastern edge of central Italy, the diverse property stretches over 400-hectares, cultivating a handful of crops such as corn and beets, but they also own several olive groves and of course, 26-hectares of vines. Separated among six vineyards, five are exclusively devoted to the indigenous Marche grape, Verdicchio while the remaining vineyard is planted to Montepulciano and Sangiovese. The Buccis are dedicated to the use of organic practices, admitting both herbicides and pesticides. With such a far-reaching history, the Villa Bucci estate surprisingly, did not start producing wines until the early 1980s. Today, Ampelio Bucci alongside talented enologist, Giorgio Grai have redefined Italian wines – producing reds that are approachable, accessible and easily enjoyable. And comparatively, bottling whites that are superbly structured and remarkably age worthy. ...
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