- a variety of white wine grape grown in Italy
- a dry white Italian wine made from Verdicchio grapes
- Verdicchio Riserva
- Verdicchio Superiore
- Verdicchio Passito
- Verdicchio di Matelica (IT)
- Verdicchio Castelli Jesi
- Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi (IT)
- However, careful examination of the tables submitted by Italy (points 50 and 51) bore out the theory that conversion to registered designation of origin grape varieties (Verdicchio Superiore, Verdicchio Riserva, Verdicchio Passito) with a better market price, would generate greater income, thus offsetting to a large extent the planned reduction in capacity.
- establishing (in progress) 10,5 hectares of vineyard to produce wine with a registered designation of origin (2,5 hectares of Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi and 8,5 hectares of Rosso Conero);
- The Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi wine, which has been judged one of the best Italian white wines, is, together with Rosso Conero, one of the most popular Marche Region wines in Italy and throughout the world.
- conversion of a section of the vineyard to the production of wine with a registered designation of origin (Verdicchio and Rosso Conero grapes), which market studies have shown to have good commercial prospects, with the help of public aid;
- Cooperativa Agricola Moderna Scrl’s restructuring plan calls for a proportion of the vineyards to be converted to the production of the registered designation of origin wines most representative of the region (Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi and Rosso Conero) and for investment in machinery in order to reduce manpower costs and increase profitability.