Texture+
So much intrigue!

Il Corincino “Il Bacco” Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi 2015

This was one of the first Italian white wines to grab my attention & was for a long time a house staple. Now it's back!

Verdicchio is a superb variety of real character. Il Coroncino is one of the great producers! In the search for Italian whites of real personality, it made it back on my radar. It’s everything I remembered. Inviting aromas, spice and perfume, that perfect balance between sweet fruit and earthy, savoury goodness. Perhaps the element that makes this wine for me is the texture, silky, supple, just the right amount of extraction from the skins to give it superb mouthfeel and a silvery line of bitterness that works so well in good Italian whites to help give their wines a clean finish and make them such a great accompaniment to food.

$31ea in any 3+, $29ea in any 6+
$33.00

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Why is this Wine so Yummy?

It’s had the perfect interplay with oxygen during maturation, giving it wonderful secondary development, whilst maintaining freshness, without oxidation.

From a winemaking perspective, this can only be achieved with quality fruit, anything less would see the wine fall about. It also means the wine is more stable wine exposed to air and will last longer once the bottle has been opened. Never makes it more than a night at Wine Decoded HQ!

Where in the world does the magic happen?

Fattoria Coroncino, Staffolo, Province of Ancona, Italy

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