95% Verdicchio, 5% Trebbiano. Pievalta’s Verdicchio Classico Superiore is sourced from nine vineyards on the left bank of the Esino River. The average elevation is 200 meters above sea level with a density of 1666-5400 vines per hectare. Soils are calcareous clay, sandstone and limestone in origin. The alchemical symbol on the label means spring and indicates the freshness of the wine. Since 2008, all Pievalta wines have been certified Biodynamic by Demeter. Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi boasts a microclimate well suited for lighter and fresher Verdicchio expression. A tell-tale varietal note of all Verdicchio is often described as sweet almond. Verdicchio is a non-aromatic variety, but expect a streak of citrus to show, especially lime. Because Verdicchio maintains high levels of tartaric acidity, the wines can be crisp, refreshing and highly age-worthy.