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Historic Marchigiana winery

that has helped revitalize the quality
in the vast area of the castles of Jesi

Historic Marchigiana winery
BUCCI wines from Marches

Cantina Bucci wines

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The Bucci family has been involved in agriculture since 1700 and is originally from Montecarotto, one of the Castles of Jesi, in the Marche region.

From generation to generation the Bucci have continued with passion and great competence to cultivate vines and produce excellent wines.

The farm has an area of about 350 hectares and a diversified production: durum and soft wheat, corn, sugar beets, peas, seed crops, sunflowers.

The Verdicchio del Castelli di Jesi DOC vineyards cover about 25 hectares in the DOC Classica area. Plus 6 hectares of red Montepulciano and Sangiovese grapes that fall within the DOC of Rosso Piceno.

Villa Bucci is a Reserve that needs no introduction.

A white born in 1983, which over the years has literally written the history of a territory and a denomination. It is here that Verdicchio, perhaps the most important white grape variety in Italy, finds its maximum expression, leading to wines that are unique in terms of complexity and longevity.
A unique white, whose fame is recognized all over the world.

The Bucci family organically cultivates about 30 hectares of vineyards in Ostra Vetere, a small town located in the hills of the Marche region. Perched on small plateaus, it has no flat areas.

The most interesting artistic testimonies of its past are represented by sacred and profane monuments. A town included within the ancient walls of the fourteenth-fifteenth century, of which the entrance halls, located along a section of the walls, represent a characteristic covered walkway.

A wonderful place that hosts the typical varieties of the Verdicchio, Sangiovese, Montepulciano area and that sees the birth of some of the most significant wines of the entire Adriatic Coast.

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