(Vehr-DEEK-yo) - Italian white-wine grape from the Adriatic coast of Central Italy; at its best, tart and suffused with an appealing bitter-almond quality.
a variety of white wine grape grown in Italy
a dry white Italian wine made from Verdicchio grapes
An Italian white wine grape that produces a pale, light-bodied, crisp wine.
(vehr-dee-kee--oh) Italian dry white wine made from this grape
Verdicchio is a variety of white grape grown in the Marche region of Italy and gives its name to the varietal white wine made from it. The name is a derivative of the word "verde" which means green due to its slight green/yellow hue.