Stefano Aymerich di Laconi and Beatrice Lucangeli founded Tenuta di Tavignano, a company that has always been committed to enhancing the territory and the agronomic tradition of the Marches. The re-evaluation of the ancient Marche production techniques, adapted to the different types of vineyards and the preferred territories, has received important recognition, such as the “Three Glasses from Gambero Rosso for the Misco” Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore in 2006, and the nomination of Misco 2015 as “Gambero Rosso’s Best White in Italy” in 2017. Since 2014, the company has embarked on a conversion to organic farming, completed in 2018 with organic certification for wines and oil.
After a careful selection process, the intact grapes are gently pressed and the juice obtained is directed to stainless steel tanks for alcoholic fermentation at a controlled temperature. Subsequently, the wine is subjected to a six-month maturation on fine feces, always in steel containers.
Intense straw yellow color with greenish reflections. The nose perceives aromas of ripe summer fruit, linden and acacia flowers, citrus fruits and aniseed, with a subtle hint of sweet almond. On the palate, it turns out to be a rich and soft wine, with a distinctive character, with a juicy freshness that leads towards a persistent and rhythmic mineral finish.
In combination it is excellent with fish and shellfish dishes, fresh cheeses, also excellent for aperitifs and on hot summer days.