Vineyard extension (hectares):9
Vineyard age (year of planting):Passerina 2001
Colour:Straw yellow of medium intensity
Nose:Enveloping, fresh fruit notes, aroma that expresses the territory
Flavour:Quite supple, the aroma comes back in the aftertaste
Serving temperature (°C):10-12
Match with:Excellent as an aperitif, seafood hors d'oeuvres, omelettes with herbs, simple rice and pasta dishes with vegetables and with seafood
Average no. bottles/year:6,000
Grape yield per hectare tons:9
Vine training system: guyot.
Vinification and ageing
Vinification in steel with temperature control. Finishing in the bottle for 2 months.
Address:Loc. Tavignano 62011 Cingoli MC
Owner:Ingegnere Stefano Aymerich/Ondine de la Feld
Year of establishment:1992
Total annual production:120000
Total vineyard extension (hectares):29
Planted varietals and extension (hectares):1.5ha Cabernet sauvignon 3ha Lacrima 1ha Merlot 5ha Montepulciano 3ha Sangiovese 16ha Verdicchio
Vine training system:
Cultivation method in the vineyard:grass is left on the aisles between the rows of vines
leguminous plants are sown on every second aisle
Type of viticulture:in the conversion phase to be certified organic
Harvest period:Mid September/Mid October
Agronomist: Dr Giulio Piazzini
Oenologist:Dr Pierluigi Lorenzetti consultant oenologist - Dr Giulio Piazzini on premise oenologist
Tenuta di Tavignano is in the area of Cingoli (province of Macerata). The property is on hills that dominate the valleys of the Esino and Musone rivers, on one side one can see the San Vicino mountain and on the other side the Adriatic sea and the Conero Riviera.
The vineyards stand in the heart of the “Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC Classico” and of the “Rosso Piceno DOC ” appellations.
The climatic and soil conditions - such as ideal altitude, exposure, day/night temperature range, soft slopes, absence of fog and optimal northern ventilation - create a perfect microclimate for a low environmental impact viticulture. The estate is now in the conversion phase to be certified organic.
The soils composition - medium texture characterized by marly-calcareous rocks – gives a characteristic mineral and sapid flavour to the wines.
Verdicchio Classico Superiore “Misco” and “Misco Riserva” are the classic white wines of the estate while Rosso Piceno “Libenter” is the classic red wine produced with Montepulciano, Sangiovese and a touch of Cabernet Sauvignon.
All the white wines mature in stainless steel vats, whereas the reds mature in fine oak barrels.
In the early nineties the owners Stefano Aymerich di Laconi and Beatrice Lucangeli (who sadly left us a few years ago) decided to plant new vineyards of Verdicchio grapes, with the aim to focus on high quality white wines with a great personality and which could be suitable for ageing.
The niece of the owners, Ondine de la Feld, supported by a young and motivated staff, is now helping Stefano Aymerich in the management of the estate using a modern, dynamic and entrepreneurial style.
There is an elegant guest house with a tasting room so that the guests can share the passion for wine and experience the beauty of the Marche hills.