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The wine guides of 2024 and Umani Ronchi.

How do the wine guides of 2024 see us? We tell you through scores and reviews the point of view of wine critics on our wines. From the Conero and Verdicchio in le Marche, to Abruzzo, an overview from the main national and international publications.


Let's start with the Verdicchio area to celebrate Vecchie Vigne Historical 2018, which, a few months after its release, receives numerous accolades and meets the judgments of unanimous critics. "A wonder of layering, depth, vitality" earns it the Tre Bicchieri  from Gambero Rosso; the title of Top Wine (a standout: good from the start) comes from Slow Wine, the guide of Slow Food that awards our winery with the customary "Bottle"; 96 points and the Seal are from the Doctor Wine’s Essential Guide to Italian Wines, Top 300 and Corona come from Vini Buoni d'Italia. Furthermore, 4 Viti from the Vitae guide of the Italian Sommelier Association and 94 points from James Suckling.

Not far off from Historical, Vecchie Vigne 2021’s excellent scores come from the International media: from the 94 points of Falstaff to the 93 points of, up to the 92 points of Decanter, all publications that also reward Casal di Serra 2022.

We move to the Conero district, to tell you about Campo San Giorgio2019: 5 Grappoli, the highest recognition from Bibenda, and Tre Stelle Oro from i Vini di Veronelli. The Gold Medal also comes from WOW! The Italian Wine Competition of Civiltà del Bere, along with 92 points from The latter also speaks positively about Plenio and Pelago, ranging to the wines of Abruzzo with Tenuta Centovie. In particular, Montepulciano receives acclaim from Robert Parker (93 points), Vinous, Falstaff, Decanter, and the Gold from WOW! 

All updated scores are available here: awards’ recap.