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Verdicchio di Matelica Riserva DOCG
Description to Verdicchio di Matelica Riserva DOCG
DOCG area for white wine in the Italian region Brands, The zone comprises around 300 hectares of vineyards in the municipalities of Cerreto d'Esi and Fabriano in the province of Ancona, as well as the municipalities of Camerino, Castelraimondo, Esanatoglia, Gagliole, Matelica and Pioraco in the province of Macerata. In addition, certain locations or Vigna at the label be cited. These are Cambrugiano, Colferraio, La Monacesca, La Valle, Mistriano, Sainale, Santa Teresola, Valbona and Vinano (Matelica), Collamato (Fabriano), as well as Del Cerro, Fogliano and San Leopardo (Cerreto d'Esi).