2011 Sartarelli Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi

SKU #1130990 91 points James Suckling

 I like the nose. Lovely, lively and fruity with mineral, apples and pears. Full and tangy with bright, crisp acidity.  (2/2013)

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The entry-level 2011 Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico is a wonderfully focused, precise white. Crushed rocks, smoke, pear and lemon are all layered into the vibrant perfumed finish. A crisp, refreshing finish rounds things out nicely. Drinking well doesn’t have to cost a ton of money, a point the 2011 Verdicchio makes with great eloquence. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2016. When the mood strikes for Verdicchio, Sartarelli is often one of my go-to houses. The wines are loaded with varietal character, while the different bottlings are usually nicely differentiated and articulated.  (2/2013)

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Staff Image By: Greg St. Clair | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/28/2013 | Send Email
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I love Verdicchio and this Sartarelli Verdicchio is a real pleasure to drink. Just over 10 miles from the Adriatic Sea, Sartarelli’s vineyards produce wines that have intriguing aromatics of elder flower and pear, while on the palate hints of richness cover layers refreshing acidity with suggestions of a mineral finish. Perfectly balance this Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio is the perfect pairing for appetizers, sautéed fish or just relaxing by the pool!
Drink from 2013 to 2016

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