DOC area for white wines in the Italian region Brands
, The zone comprises around 3,000 hectares of vineyards in the municipalities of Arcevia, Barbara, Belvedere Ostrense, Castelplanio, Corinaldo, Castelbellino, Cupramontana, Maiolati Spontini, Mergo, Montecarotto, Monte Roberto, Morro d'Alba, Ostra, Poggio San Marcello, Rosora, San Marcello , San Paolo di Jesi, Senigallia, Serra de 'Conti, Serra San Quirico and Staffolo in the province of Ancona, as well as Apiro, Cingoli and Poggio San Vicino in the province of Macerata. The oldest cultivation zone comprises the area to the left of the Misa river, as well as the municipalities of Ostra and Senigallia. These may on label
carry the addition Classico
. There are also around 100 layers or Vigna
which may also be mentioned.
The leading winery Fazi-Battaglia led the significant green in 1950 amphora
with the scroll on the neck, which (alongside fishing nets) became an indispensable part of the Italian restaurant inventory and made the wine known outside of Italy (is now only bottled in this form as a tourist attraction). The green-yellow wine is made from at least 85% Verdicchio ( Verdicchio Bianco
) pressed, a maximum of 15% can be other approved varieties. There is also a Spumante
, Classico and Classico Superiore.
The Riserva version was renamed in 2010 Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio Riserva
(or Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio Riserva Classico) classified as DOCG. There is a much smaller Verdicchio DOC zone called in the Marche region Verdicchio di Matelica