Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio DOCG Classico Riserva | This white wine from Italy’s Le Marche region is similar to the Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio Riserva DOCG by being being made from the same formula of 85-100% Verdicchio and an optional 0-15% white grapes authorised in Le Marche. The difference is that for Classico Riserva the vines must be in the smaller, original, historic or ‘Classico’ area. This excludes the territories to the left of the Misa River and the territories belonging to the municipalities of Ostra and Senigallia in Ancona province. 

Production zone | NB: I have removed Ostra and Senigallia from this. I still have to remove the territories to the left of the Misa River. | Ancona provinceArcevia. | Barbara. | Belvedere Ostrense. | Castelbellino. | Castelplanio. | Corinaldo. | Cupramontana. | Mergo. | Monte Roberto. | Morro d’Alba. | Poggio San Marcello. | Rosora. | San Marcello. | San Paolo di Jesi. | Serra de ‘Conti. | Serra San Quirico. | Staffolo. | Macerata provinceApiro. | Cingoli. | Poggio San Vicino.

NB: Maiolati Spontini and Montecarotto appear not to the part of the Classico zone.

 

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