Boccadigabbia, located in the contrada, or district, of Castelletta di Fontespina, on the first hills that rise from the Adriatic in the direction of the medieval borgo of Civitanova Alta, covers today almost 10 hectares, all in vineyard. Its favourable southern exposure and the mild, sea-side climate have always given Boccadigabbia the reputation as an exceptional spot for viticulture.
This unique fermentation method as well as the rarity of the grape variety confers distinctive characteristics on Le Grane. It appears a deep, almost yellow, straw, and the nose releases intriguing fragrances of very ripe fruit.
Refined, long-lingering aromas, with a crisp, full-flavoured palate. Serve Garbì at 8-10°C and enjoy it with seafood salad, first courses, and grilled fish.
This wine is produced with Ribona grapes, a rare variety that is also called Maceratino, because it is almost exclusively grow in the province of Macerata. It is a crisp anf full-flavoured wine, characterized by the intense fragrances typical of this grape variery, intensified by the cryomaceration of grapes before fermentation.
Elegant, delicate aromas are the hallmark of Saltapicchio, as is the rich, velvety complement of its sweets tannins; these qualities make for a superb example of Marche Sangiovese.
The wine is classic Merlot, with appealing softness and grace, velvety body, and complex aromas. Wild berries, chocolate, leather, and toasty coffee blend with dense, sweet tannins to produce a wine that will pair invitingly with the widest variety of dishes.