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Cupramontana and its territories have always been linked to the grape growing and wine production. Since over half a century Cupramontana is recognized as the "Capital of Verdicchio," as a center where the grape and wine were disseminated and produced, supported by important cultural and promotional initiatives.
The decree of D.O.C. recognition for the "Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi" in 1968 has identified in the territory of Cupramontana and in the neighboring municipalities, the historical production zone, with the ability to characterize as "Classic" the Verdicchio wine.

The cultivation of olive trees in the territory of Cupramontana is historically documented since thirteenth century and was favored, as the cultivation of grape, by the presence of the monks.
In the territory of Cupramontana, even if the amount of produced oil is not great, it is anyway a great quality oil, for both the care with which the various stages of processing are followed, both for its perfume. Oil, like wine Verdicchio, is a flagship of the agricultural economy of the area.