Rosso Piceno "Vigna Burello" has a refined expression of black fruits, black berries, and spices with herbal aromas in the background. Elegant, and smooth attack, followed by black plums and blackcurrant notes, mellow tannins and lovely finish.
Marche is a wine region located on the eastern side of central Italy, influenced by the Adriatic Sea. The region is known for their aromatic white wines based on local grape varieties. The crisp, lively, and high quality white wines based on Trebbiano and Verdicchio are the flagships of the production.
Moderate Mediterranean climate
Fattoria San Lorenzo
The soils in Marche are Pliocene and Pleistocene marine sediments with also Holocene alluvial sediments. This means some clay accumulation and a high level of limestone. Marche has a large number of terroirs well suited to the cultivation of vines, particularly in the coastal hills around Ancona. Clay and limestone-rich soils contribute to the distinctive terroirs of the region.