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White wine, Verdicchio DOC Marche | Italian Food Export

White wine, Verdicchio DOC Marche

The very famous white vine Verdicchio DOC Marche is probably one of the most well known Italian white wine, thanks to its special flavour: on the market, it is possible to find the Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi and the Verdicchio di Matelica, which are the most famous.
The white wine Verdicchio DOC Marche is an historical wine of the central Italy: in fact, there are documents of the 14th century about this precious wine and thanks to its popularity, it is one of the most planted variety all around the world, especially ahead of Chardonnay, Sangiovese and Pinot Noir.
Verdicchio DOC Marche name is due to the special colour of the grape, that is green also when it is in fully ripe: this is the reason why this wonderful white wine of the central Italy region Marche has its strange name, Verdicchio, that comes from “Verde”.
The characteristic light flavour of the white wine Verdicchio DOC Marche is due to the location where it is planted: all around the hills of the Marche region, the climate is especially mild all around the year, thanks to the winter that it is as temperate as in the other central Italy regions.
The best way to taste the white wine Verdicchio DOC Marche is to drink with antipasto, risotto, white meat, fish and soup, but it can be also the good wine also for the Mediterranean cuisine dishes: it is also important to serve it at a temperature of 10 degrees Celsius.

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