One bottle, one denomination.
With 130 hectares in the Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico appellation, Fazi Battaglia represents the history and tradition of Marche all over the world.
The amphora-shaped bottle, created just after the Second World War, has now become an icon.
Over the past seventy years, Fazi Battaglia has focussed on a grape variety that has found the best habitat for enhancing its characteristics in the wonderful Castelli di Jesi hills.
The Verdicchio variety represents the true essence of the estate. For seventy years, Fazi Battaglia has focussed exclusively on one grape variety which has found the best habitat for its characteristics in the picturesque hills of Castelli di Jesi. Vineyards with different soils, elevations and exposures guarantee different interpretations of one of the most eclectic native Italian grape varieties. From Maiolati Spontini on the northern slope, to Mergo, a small town perched on a hill between Serra San Quirico and Rosora, at Montecarotto, on the left bank of the Esino river.
Hectares of Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi cultivated
The year when the competition was set up by Francesco Angelini and won by the architect Antonio Maiocchi, for the creation of the unmistakable amphora-shaped bottle which made Verdicchio wine immediately recognisable.
The year the oldest existing vineyard was planted