This wine is made with 100% Maceratino. This is a native grape, cultivated only on the hills around Macerata, where it gained the DOC appellation as monovariety in 2010. It is a very ancient grape, often compared or confused with Greco from Campania. The grape has a lot of alternate names, among which are Ribona, Greco Maceratese, Verdicchio Marino. Angera is the name of one of Count Brachetti Peretti’s grandchildren.
Owner: Count Aldo Brachetti Peretti
Winemaker: Carlo Ferrini
Type: White wine
Varietals: 100% Ribona (Maceratino)
Vineyard Location: Colli Maceratesi DOC
Orientation: South East
Elevation: 190 m a.s.l.
Vines Planted: 1996
Soil: Calcareous and clay with skeleton
Cold maceration on the skins for10 hours at 10 °C. Fermentation in concrete vats for 21 days at 15 °C with natural yeasts.
Concrete vats of 80 Hl for 6 months. 3 months in the bottle before the release.
Color: Bright straw yellow with green reflections
Bouquet: Clean and pleasant bouquet on the nose with elegant notes of white flowers, apple and apricot, together with herbal sensations
Flavor: On the palate it is dry, fresh and smooth, with rich minerality
Pairings: Ideal with light dishes, starters, seafood pasta, oysters, variety of fried fish
Alcohol Content: 12.5 %
Serving Temperature: 54°F