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Verdicchio

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A fascinating white found primarily in the Marche of Italy where Verdicchio wines are loved for their sweet, peachy aromatics and somewhat oily texture.

Primary Flavors

  • Peach
  • Lemon Curd
  • Almond Skin
  • Oily
  • Saline

Taste Profile

Dry

Light Body
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None Tannins

Medium-high Acidity

11.5–13.5% ABV

Handling

  • SERVE
    38–45°F / 3-7°C

  • GLASS TYPE
    White

  • DECANT
    No

  • CELLAR
    1–3 Years

Food Pairing

A great aperitif wine served alongside marcona almonds, Proscuitto, savory tarts, potato-cheese puff pastries, quiche and savory soufflés.

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