Verdicchio Bianco (ver-DICK-ee-o bee-AHN-co)

Usually simply known as verdicchio. Cultivated principally in central Italy where it’s usually made into simple, clean white wines in the region known as the Marche. But in the top sites and at low yields, can make a racy, bold, crisp wine with more personality. This is the grape used in the Veneto with garganega to make the best Soaves (though there it is confusingly called trebbiano di Soave).


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