Verdicchio


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a variety of white wine grape grown in Italy

a dry white Italian wine made from Verdicchio grapes

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Verdicchio M (2015) Irony and desire in Dante's Inferno 27.
(36) Carlo Sini, ,,Gesture and Word.The Practice of Philosophy and the Practice of Poetry," in Massimo Verdicchio and Robert Burch (eds.), Between Philosophy and Poetry: Writing, rhythm, and history (New York: Continuum, 2002), 25.
D Verdicchio, a current director of Epuk, will continue to provide his specialist Japanese Knotweed removal expertise to the company as an employee.
[16.] Tran, Luc-Sy., Verdicchio, Marco., Monge, Fabiola.
M& S Verdicchio Dei Castelli Di Jesi Classico PS8
The initial rollout consists of Pinot Grigio, Verdicchio, Pinot Noir and Valpolicella Ripasso, with additional varietals to come.
Part 1, "For a Theoretical Approach" includes: Pasquale Verdicchio, "Sophisticating Action: Gramsci and Theatre, or Can the Subaltern Act?" (14-28); Gerardo Guccini, "Cultural Resistance' in the Eastern European Countries through the 'Projet de Recherche' and Matei Visniec's Dramaturgy" (29-47); Fernando Marchiori, "Theatre Everywhere, Even in the Theatre: Stage Art and the Poetics of the Oppressed" (48-67).
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The people of the Marches are proud of their wines and export a great deal of their bone-dry white Verdicchio. The frizzante red wine of the Marches, Vernaccia di Serrapetrona, was recently elevated to DOCG status.
Translated by Pasquale Verdicchio, Ippolita Rostagno, and Paul Vangelisti.
The wines of le Marche are DOC/DOCG designated; many of the wines are made using indigenous varietals including Verdicchio, Vernaccia, Montepulciano, Maceratino, Lacrima and, of course, Sangiovese, among others.
Massimo Verdicchio. New York and London: Continuum, 2004.
The white wine of the area of Ancona in the Marches region is Verdicchio, from the local grape of the same name.
All six of these regions produce great quantities of fine wine (Table 6-2) The people of the Marches are proud of their wines and export a great deal of their bone-dry white Verdicchio. The frizzante red wine of the Marches, Vernaccia di Serrapetrona, was recently elevated to DOCG status.
Paquale Verdicchio, Bound by Distance: Rethinking Nationalism through the Italian Diaspora (Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1987), 50-51.