The vineyards surrounding the medieval fortified village of Jesi are planted to the white variety Verdicchio. They are blessed with a beautiful, maritime climate. The Castelli di Jesi Classico zone is the best area for aromatic and lively white wines, its sandy soil is interlaced with fossilized shellfish, allowing for great minerality to show through in its best wines. The Brunori family have been farming naturally in this area for three generations; their top vineyard, San Nicolò, is widely regarded as the top cru in their zone. The wine has a terrific combination of fruit and vibrancy with beautiful aromatics and a lovely, nutty finish.
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Very rarely can we find such aromatic complexity and food friendliness in a $17 bottle of wine.
Hands down, one of the best white wines for apertifs, any kind of seafood or roasted poultry.