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Description to Offida DOCG
DOCG area for red and white wines in the Italian region Brands, The upgrade took place in 2011, for the remaining wines in the range became the new DOC range Terre di Offida created. The zone includes the municipalities of Acquaviva Picena, Appignano del Tronto, Castel di Lama, Castignano, Castorano, Cossignano, Montefiore dell'Aso, Offida and Ripatransone, parts of the municipalities Ascoli Piceno, Carassai, Colli del Tronto, Cupra Marittima, Grottammare, Massignano, Monsampolo del Tronto, Montalto Marche, Montedinove, Monteprandone, Rotella, San Benedetto del Tronto and Spinetoli in the province of Ascoli Piceno, as well as the municipalities of Campofilone, Pedaso and Petritoli in the province of Fermo.
The two pure white wines Passerina and Pecorino are produced from at least 85% of the variety concerned. The Rosso is out Montepulciano (85%). A maximum of 15% other approved varieties can be used for all three wines.