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  1. Lucio Canestrari of Fattoria Coroncino, A Verdicchio Pioneer

    Lucio Canestrari of Fattoria Coroncino, A Verdicchio Pioneer

    Lucio Canestrari of Fattoria Coroncino, A Winemaking Pioneer in Castelli di Jesi, Italy
  2. Italy's Hidden Gem: Rocco Vallorani of Vigneti Vallorani on Southern Marche

    Italy's Hidden Gem: Rocco Vallorani of Vigneti Vallorani on Southern Marche

    Grape Collective talks with Rocco Vallorani, one of southern Marche’s star winemakers, about the evolution of his region.
  3. Going Organic in Castelli di Jesi: Claudio Caldaroni of Col di Corte

    Going Organic in Castelli di Jesi: Claudio Caldaroni of Col di Corte

    "In this area, in the Castelli di Jesi, that is very different from Matelica, we face the seaside. We have the hills that go straight to the seaside. In Matelica, it is different because it's almost in the mountains, we are in the hills close to the seaside." Claudio Caldaroni
  4. Aroldo Bellelli of Bisci on the elegance of Matelica Verdicchio

    Aroldo Bellelli of Bisci on the elegance of Matelica Verdicchio

    "So, if you want to make it very simple you have: Matelica with higher acidity, higher minerality compared to the Jesi area and from the area of Castelli di Jesi, a much easier drinking wine." Aroldo Bellelli, Winemaker Bisci
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