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Costigliole D'Asti - Wine - White Wines
... for the production of three Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG) or DOC wines Moscato d'Asti DOCG Asti DOCG Piemonte Moscato passito DOC The Cortese and Chardonnay varieties are used for two ...
Gattinara DOCG
... di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG) status produced from Nebbiolo grapes grown within the boundaries of the commune of Gattinara which is located in the hills in the north ... was awarded DOC status in 1967 and received its DOCG classification in 1990 ...
Carmignano DOCG
... (DOC) status and subsequently promoted to Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG) status in 1990 (retroactive to the 1988 vintage. 270 acres (110 ha) planted, producing nearly 71,500 gallons ( 2,700 hectoliters) of DOCG designated wine a year ...
Carmignano DOCG - DOCG Regulations
... The Carmignano DOCG zones covers roughly 270 acres (110 ha) of planted land producing nearly 71,500 gallons (2,700 hl) of DOCG wine a year ... Current DOCG regulations mandate that Sangiovese must constitute at least 50% of the blend, allowing up to 10–20% Cabernet Sauvignon or Cabernet Franc, up to 20% Canaiolo Nero, up ... DOC, known as Barco Reale was established for younger or "declassified" Carmignano DOCG wines ...
Italian Wine - Italian Appellation System
... di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG) Both DOC and DOCG wines refer to zones which are more specific than an IGT, and the permitted grapes are also more specifically defined ... The main difference between a DOC and a DOCG is that the latter must pass a blind taste test for quality in addition to conforming to the strict legal requirements to ... sweeping wine laws of 1992, transparent rules were made regarding requirements for DOCG entry, imposing new limits regarding the production of grapes per ...