Le Marche

ProvincesAncona (AN). | Ascoli Piceno (AP). | Fermo (FM). | Macerata (MC). | Pesaro e Urbino (PU – previously PS).

Wine regions

DOCG (5)Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio Riserva DOCG| Cònero DOCG. | Offida DOCG. | Verdicchio di Matelica Riserva DOCG. | Vernaccia di Serrapetrona DOCG.

DOC (15): Bianchello del Metauro DOC. | Colli Maceratesi DOC. | Colli Pesaresi DOC. | Esino DOC. | Falerio (Dei Colli Ascolani) DOC. | I Terreni di San Severino DOC. | Lacrima di Moro or Lacrima di Moro d’Alba DOC. | Pergola DOC. | Rosso Cònero DOC. | Rosso Piceno or Piceno DOC. | San Ginesio DOC. | Serrapetrona DOC. | Terre di Offida DOC. | Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC. Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore DOC. |  Verdicchio di Matelica DOC

IGP: IGP Marche.

Wine production2018 Valoritalia’s Annual Report April 2018 estimated Le Marche wine production at 706,000hl. | 2014 Le Marche produced 915,000 hectolitres (down 12% on the previous year) of which 51.9% (475,000hl) was white and 48.1% (441,000hl) was red. However, the average production over the previous five years was between 880,000 and 890,000hl. Nearly half (45%) of the production (418,000hl) was taken by Vino da Tavola. DOC wine accounted for 35% (328,000hl). IGT wine accounted for 18.4% (169,000hl). | 2013 Le Marche produced 1,039,000 hectolitres (ISTAT). | 2012 Le Marche produced 918,000 hectolitres (ISTAT). | 2011 Le Marche produced 741,000 hectolitres (ISTAT). | 2010 Le Marche produced 927,000 hectolitres (ISTAT). Of this 427,194hl was DOC/DOCG wine (Federdoc). | 2009 Le Marche produced 782,000 hectolitres (ISTAT). Of this 385,816hl was DOC/DOCG wine (Federdoc). | 2008 Le Marche produced 871,000 hectolitres (ISTAT). Of this 437,293hl was DOC/DOCG wine (Federdoc). | 2007 Le Marche produced 757,000 hectolitres (ISTAT). Of this 427,049hl was DOC/DOCG wine (Federdoc). | 2006 Le Marche produced 1,090,000 hectolitres (ISTAT). Of this 463,385hl was DOC/DOCG wine (Federdoc). | 2005 Le Marche produced 1,206,000 hectolitres (ISTAT).