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When were the DOC laws introduced in Italy? Which was the first?
1963
Vernaccia di San Gimignano
When was DOCG introduced? Awarded? Which were the first DOCGs?
1963
1980
Brunello di Montalcino
Barolo
Vino Nobile di Montepulciano
What were the Goria laws? When were they introduced?
Attempt to reform watered down DOCs
Added IGT which first appeared in 1994
1992
What are PGI and PDO?
Protected Geographical Indication (equivalent of IGT)
Protected Designation of Origin (equivalent of DOC/G)
Recognized by the EU
When was the appellation system in Italy transferred to Brussels? What was the result?
2011
Many DOCs applied to become DOCGs and, in effect, watering down the DOCG system
What are the regions of Northern Italy?
Piedmont
Valle d'Aosta
Lombardy
Liguria
Emilia-Romagna
Trentino-Alto Adige
Veneto
Fruili-Venezia Giulia
What are the three provinces of Piedmont?
Asti
Alessandria
Cuneo
What are the soils of the Piedmont?
Calcerous marl and sandstone
What is the name for southern exposures in the Piedmontese dialect?
Sori
What are the trio of Piedmont red grapes?
Nebbiolo
Dolcetto
Barbera
What is the ripening order and major characteristics of the three Piedmont red grapes?
Dolcetto - earliest with tannic, fruity, low acid wines
Barbera - high acid and low tannin
Nebbiolo - late ripening, high acid and high tannin
What is the most planted grape in the Piedmont?
Moscato Bianco (aka Muscat a Petits Grains)
What are the white grapes of the Piedmont?
Cortese
Arneis
Erbaluce
Favorita (Vermentino)
What are the DOCGs for whites in Piedmont?
Asti
Moscato d'Asti
Cortese di Gavi (frizzante, spumante, tranquillo)
Roero (Roero Arnes and Roero Arneis Spumante)
Erbaluce di Caluso
Alta Langa (MT Sparkling)
What are the DOCGs for reds in Piedmont?
Barberesco
Barbera d'Asti
Barbera del Monferrato Superiore
Barolo (Chinato as well)
Brachetto (normale or spumante)
Dolcetto di Dogliani Superiore
Dolcetto di Ovada Superiore
Gattinara
Ghemme
Roero
Dolcetto di Diano d'Alba
Ruche di Castagnole Monferatto
What are the DOCG Riservas for reds in the Piedmont?
Barbaresco
Barolo
Gattinara
Ghemme
What are tortonian soils? Where are they found? What are their effects on the wine?
Soils with a high proportion of calcerous marl. Often found in La Morra and Barolo. Makes for a softer style of wine.
What are helvetian soils? Where are they found? What are their effects on the wine?
Sandstone soils common in Monforte d'Alba and Serralunga d'Alba. Makes for a more structured wine.
What were the ageing requirements for Barolo before 2010? After?
Before - 3 years of ageing, at least 2 in oak or chestnut casks
Today - 38 months from Nov 1 of harvest year, only 18 months in oak
What are the ageing requirements for Barolo Riserva?
Ageing 62 months prior to release including 18 in wood
Who are winemakers considered to be traditionalists in Barolo?
Giacomo Conterno
Bartolo Mascarello
Guiseppe Rinaldi
Who are winemakers conisdered to be modernists in Barolo?
Paolo Scavino
Luciano Sandrone
Elio Altare
What are the three main villages of Barbaresco?
Barbasco
Neive
Treiso
What are the ageing requirements for Barbaresco?
Min 26 months with at least 9 months in casks
What are the ageing requirements for Barbaresco Riserva?
Min 50 months from Nov 1 of harvest year with a minimum of 9 months in wood
What are the main communes of Barolo?
Barolo
La Morra
Serralunga d'Alba
Castiglione Falletto
Monforte d'Alba
What are the main crus of the Barolo commune?
Cannubi
Brunate (Shared with La Morra)
Sarmassa
What are the main crus of the La Morra commune?
Brunate (Shared with Barolo)
Cerequio
Le Rocche
What are the main crus of the Serralunga d'Alba commune?
Lazzarito
Cerretta
What are the main crus of the Castiglione Falletto commune?
Bricco Rocche
Monprivato
Villero
Bricco Fiasco
What are the main crus of the Monforte d'Alba commune?
Bussia
Ginestra
Santo Stefano
What are the main crus of the Barbaresco commune?
Asili
Roncagliette
Marinega
Rabaja
What are the main crus of the Neive commune?
Serraboella
Gallina
Basarin
What are the main crus of the Treiso commune?
Pajore
Bricco di Treiso
What is Roero DOCG?
NW bank of Tanaro River, opposite Barolo and Barbaresco
Reds - min 95% Nebbiolo
Whites- Arneis
What is Gattinara DOCG?
Spanna (Nebbiolo) based reds from the Sesia river
Sometimes blended with Vespolina, Bonarda, and Bonarda di Gattinara
What is Ghemme DOCG?
Spanna (Nebbiolo) based reds from the Sesia river
Sometimes blended with Vespolina, Bonarda and Uva Rara (Bonarda Novarese)
What is Barbera d'Asti DOCG?
DOCG from Asti and Alessandria in Piemonte
Min 85% Barbera
What is Barbera del Monferrato Superiore DOCG?
DOCG for red from Asti and Alessandria in Piemonte
Min 85% Barbera
What is Ruche di Castagnole Monferrato DOCG?
DOCG for red from Asti in Piemonte
Min 90% Ruche grape
What are the DOCGs for Dolcetto in the Piedmont?
Dogliani
Dolcetto di Ovada Superiore
Dolcetto di Diano d'Alba
Does Dolcetto di Dogliani and Dolcetto di Diano d'Alba have to be superiore to be DOCG?
No, only Dolcetto di Ovada has to be superiore to be DOCG
What are the minimum ageing requirements for Dolcetto superiore?
One year
What is special about Diano d'Alba DOCG?
Can have menzioni geografiche agguntive on the label
77 sori are classified with superior exposures
What is special about Dogliani and Luigi Einaudi?
Second president of Italian Republic and originally a winemaker
What is Gavi DOCG? Where is it located? What are the styles?
Can either be Cortese di Gavi or Gavi di Gavi
Located in the extreme southern portion of the Alessandria province
Can be tranquillo, spumante or frizzante
What is Erbaluce di Caluso DOCG? Where is it located? What are the styles?
White wines from high acid, herbal Erbaluce
South of Carema
Still, spumante or passito
What is Asti DOCG?
Asti/Moscato d'Asti
Fully sparkling from Moscato Bianco
Charmat at 2 atmospheres
What is Alta Langa DOCG? What are the ageing requirements? How fast was the rise of the DOCG?
MT Sparkling from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay
Normale - 30 months
Riserva - 3 yrs
Experimental plantings in 1994, DOC 2002, DOCG 2010
What is Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG?
Sweet sparkling reds from Brachetto
Some dry and still versions but extremely rare
What is the river in the Valle d'Aosta DOC?
Dora Baltea
What are the DOCGs of Lombardy?
Franciacorta
Oltrepo Pavese Metodo Classico
Sforzato di Valellina
Valellina Superiore
What is Franciacorta DOCG?
MT wines from Chardonnay, Pinot Nero and Pinot Bianco (50%) max
What is Franciacorta Saten?
Only white grape Franciacortia, must be bottled at less than 5 atmospheres
Must be brut
What is Franciacorta Rose?
Minimum 25% from Pinot Nero
Blending rather than saignee
What is Franciacorta Millesimato? How long is it aged? How does it differ from its champagne equivalent?
Vintage Franciacortia
37 months (although in practice, much longer)
Only 85% needs to be from stated year
What is Franciacorta Riserva?
Aged on lees min 5 years and released after 67 months
What is Oltrepo Pavese Metodo Classico DOCG?
MT from Pinot Nero (min 70%)
If min 85% PN can be labeled Pinot Nero or Pinot Nero Rose
How long must NV Oltrepo Pavese Metodo Classico DOCG age? Vintage?
15 months on lees for NV
2 yrs for vintage
What is Valtellina Superiore DOCG? What is the style of wine produced there? How long is it aged?
Located in Lombardy, Northernmost outpost for Nebbiolo (Chiavennasca)
Lighter, angular style of red
24 months (12 in cask)
What is Sforzato di Valtellina DOCG?
DOCG for red wine in Sondrio in Lombardy
Recioto wine from Nebbiolo
Dry, aged two years, min 14% alcohol
What is Moscato di Scanzo DOCG? Where is it? How long is it aged? How is it bottled?
DOCG in Bergamo, west of Franciacorta in Lombardy
Sweet passito red from Moscato
Aged a min of 2 years
Bottled in sleek and slender futura
What is the best known DOC in Liguria? What is the grape?
Cinque Terre DOC
Bosco
What are the DOCGs of Emilia-Romagna?
Albana di Romagna
Colli Bolognesi Classico Pignoletto
What is Albana di Romagna DOCG? What makes it famous? What is its most promising style?
DOCG for wide range of styles in Corli-Cesena, Ravenna and Bologna in Emilia-Romagna
Covers wide range of possible styles from Albana grape
First white DOCG, promoted in 1987
Passito
What is Colli Bolognesi Classico Pignoletto DOCG?
DOCG for whites from Modena and Bologna in Emilia Romagna
Tart dry wines from min 95% Pignoletto
What is the most famous wine of Emilia-Romagna?
Lambrusco
What are the four DOCs for Lambrusco in Emilia Romagna? for Lombardy?
Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro
Lambrusco di Sorbara
Lambrusco Reggiano
Lambrusco Salamino di Santa Croce
Lambrusco Montovano
What are the red grapes typically found in the Trentino-Alto Adige?
Schiava
Lagrein
Teroldego
Marzemino
What is different about the labeling for the Trentino-Alto Adige?
Much varietal labeling
How much of the production in the Trentino-Alto Adige is DOC? How much is done by cooperatives?
75% for both
What are the white DOCGs of the Veneto?
Recioto di Soave
Soave Superiore
Recioto di Gambellara
Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco
Asolo Prosecco
Colli Euganei Fior d'Arancio
Lison
What are the red/white DOCGs for the Veneto?
Colli di Conegliano DOCG
What are the red DOCGs for the Veneto?
Bardolino Superiore
Amarone della Valpolicella
Recioto della Valpolicella
Piave Malanotte
Friularo di Bagnoli
Montello Rosso
What is Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG? What are the grapes?
Passito wine made from Corvina (45-95), Rondinella, and no more than 15% total of Molinara, Negrara and Oseleta
What are the requirements for Valpolicella DOCG Superiore?
Higher minimum alcohol and minimum of one year of aging
What are the lofts where the appassimento process takes place called?
Fruttai
How is Recioto della Valpolicella different from Amarone?
Typically dried for four months while Amarone only 3
What are the ageing requirements for Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG? Riserva?
2 years from the Jan 1 after harvest
4 years from Nov 1 of harvest year
Can producers use new oak in Amarone? Name some producers?
Yes
Dal Forno
Allegrini
Botti used by Giuseppe Quintarelli
Can Recioto della Valpolicella be spumante?
Yes
What are additional labels that can be attached to Amarone and Recioto?
Classico or Valpantena if they originate in those areas
What are the alcohol requirements for Valpolicella Ripasso DOC? Superiore?
12.5%
13%
What is Bardolino Superiore DOCG? Where is it? What are the ageing requirements? What is the name of the rose form?
Red wine from Corvina and Rondinella
Between Lake Garda and Valpolicella Classico
1 year of aging prior to release and an additional 1% alcohol
Bardolino Chairetto
What is Recioto di Soave DOCG? How is it made? Can it be spumante?
Wines made mostly from dried Garganega, botrytis is encouraged, barrel fermented
Yes, there is a spumante form
What is Soave Superiore DOCG? What is the blend? How is Superiore different from Soave? How is it aged? What are the riserva criteria? Spumante?
DOCG around the area of Soave 70% Garganega, plus Trebbiano di Soave, Chardonnay and Pinot Bianco
Covers wine from specified sub-regions (Classico or Colli Scaligeri)
Min one year (min 3 months bottle aging)
2 years for riserva
Only for Soave DOC and Recioto di Soave DOCG, not for Superiore
What is Recioto di Gambellara DOCG?
DOCG for whites in Vicenza in Veneto
Sweet still and sparkling wines from passito Garganega
What are the DOCGs for Prosecco?
Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG
Asolo Prosecco DOCG (Formerly known as Prosecco Montello e Colli Asolani)
What is the most noteworthy cru Prosecco? How big is it? How is it labeled? What is its style?
Cartizze
106 ha
Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze
Fully sparkling and dry )17-35 g/L)
What are the vintage requirements for Prosecco?
85% of a stated year's harvest
What is Colli Euganei Fior d'Arancio DOCG?
Still, sparkling and passito wines from Moscato Giallo near Padua
What is Piave Malanotte/Malanotte del Piave DOCG? Is it apassimento?
Still reds from near Verona and Treviso based on Raboso Piave
15-30% of grapes must be apassimento
What is Lison DOCG?
DOCG shared between Veneto and Fruili
Whites based on Tai (Fruilano)
Montello Rosso/Montello DOCG? What is the blend?
Still reds from near Treviso
40-70% Cab, 30-60% Merlot, Cab Franc and/or Carmenere, 15% other
What is Friularo di Bagnoli DOCG?
Reds, VT or passito from Padova in the Veneto
Made from Raboso Piave
What is Colli di Conegliano DOCG?
DOCG for reds, whites and passito from Treviso in Veneto
Many different white and red grapes allowed
What are the DOCGs of Friuli-Venezia Giulia?
Ramandolo
Colli Orientali del Friuli-Picolit
Lison (shared with Veneto)
Rosazzo
What is Ramandolo DOCG?
DOCG for white wine from Udine in Fruili
Passito wine from Verduzzo Friulano
What is Colli Orientali del Friuli-Picolit DOCG?
DOCG for white from Udine in Friuli
Passito wines from Picolit
What is Rosazzo DOCG?
DOCG for whites in Udine in Fruili
Whites from a min 50% Friulano (Tai), 20-30 Sauvignon, 20-30 Pinot Bianco/Chard, also other varieties
When was legislation introduced delimiting Chianti?
1716
What is the name of the traditional Chianti bottle?
Fiasco
What are the allowed grapes of Chianti?
Sangiovese
Cabernet Sauvignon
Merlot
Colorino
Canaiolo Nero
What are the red Tuscan DOCGs?
Brunello di Montalcino
Carmignano
Chianti
Chianti Classico
Vino Nobile di Montepulciano
Morellino di Scansano
Montecucco Sangiovese
Suvereto
Rosso della Val di Cornia
Elba Aleatico Passito
What are the white Tuscan DOCGs?
Vernaccia di San Gimignano
What are the Chianti DOCG subzones?
Classico
Rufina
Colli Fiorentini
Motespertoli
Colli Aretini
Colline Pisane
Colli Senesi
Montalbano
What is the general recipe for Chianti?
70-100% Sangiovese (Senesi min 75%)
Max 15% Cabernet grapes
What are the white grapes that were formerly blended into Chianti Classico?
Trebbiano Toscano
Malvasia
What is Governo? How is it indicated on labels?
Traditional practice of initiating MLF by refermenting the juice of dried grapes
Governo all'uso Toscano
When may Chianti Normale be released?
March 1 following harvest
Which sub-zones of Chianti require additional ageing for their normale?
Rufina
Montespertoli
Colli Fiorentini
How long must a Chianti Riserva be aged?
Two years
What are the requirements for Chianti Superiore?
An additional half degree of alcohol and lowered vineyard yields
When was Chianti Classico upgraded to DOCG?
1984
Who delimited the original Chianti Classico zone?
Grand Duke Cosimo III de Medici
What are the four villages of Chianti Classico?
Radda
Gaiole
Castellina
Greve
What are the soils of Chianti Classico
Galestro - soft, friable marl-like
Alberese - sandstone
What is the minimum level of Sangiovese required for Chianti Classico?
80%
What is the minimum level of alcohol for Chianti DOCG vs Chianti Classico DOCG?
11.5% vs 12%
What are the ageing requirements for Chianti Classico DOCG? Riserva? What are the alcohol requirements for Riserva?
1 year
2 years, 12.5%
Who isolated the first Brunello clone and when? When was the first riserva released?
Clemente Santi of Tenuta Greppo's Biondi-Santi in 1865
1888
What are the ageing requirements for Brunello? Riserva? When is it released?
Cask for two years min and additional four months in bottle, six months for riserva
May not be released until Jan 1 after 5th yr following harvest, 6th for riserva
What is soil like in Montalcino?
Varied with galestro in higher altitiude vineyards
Clay is predominant is the warmer southern areas
What are the fraziones of Brunello?
Sant Angelo in Colle
Castelnuovo Abate
Torrenieri
What are the ageing requirements for Rosso di Montalcino DOC?
1 year prior to release
Cask ageing is not required
What is the encepagement for Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG?
min 70% Sangiovese (Prugnolo Gentile)
Max of 30% other Tuscan varieties, no more than 5% white
What are the ageing requirements for Vino Nobile di Montepulciano? Riserva?
2 years (can do 18 in wood plus 6 months in alternative container or 12 months in wood and 6 in bottle and 6 in alternative container)
3 years including at least 6 months in bottle
What is Morellino di Scansano DOCG? When was it awarded?
Southern Maremma DOCG awarded in 2006
Min 85% Sang
What is Carmignano DOCG? What is the blend?
Low altitude territory which overlaps Chianti Montalbano
Min 50% sang, 10-20% cab or cab franc required
What is Rosso dell Val di Corina DOCG? When was it elevated?
Min 40% Sand
Max 60% Merlot and Cab
Max 20% other red grapes (Except Aleatico)
2011
What are the ageing requirements for Chianti DOCG for Normale, Riserva and Superiore? Alcohol?
Normale - 11.5% March 1 year after harvest
Riserva - 12% 2 years from Jan 1 of year following harvest
Superiore - 12% Sept 1 after harvest
What are the ageing and alcohol requirements for Chianti Classico DOCG? Riserva?
Normale - 12%, Oct 1 after harvest
Riserva - 12.5%, 24 months from Jan 1 after harvest including 3 months in bottle
What is Suvereto DOCG?
DOCG for reds in Livorno from Cabs/Merlot plus a max 15% other red Tuscan grapes
What were the two wines that started the VdT revolt?
1968 Sassacaia
1971 Tignanello
What is Elba Aleatico Passito DOCG?
DOCG for passito dessert wines from Aleatico, though to be a red skinned mutation of Muscat Blanc a Petit Grans
What is Vernaccia di San Gimignano?
White wine produced from Vernaccia di San Gimignano in Siena province
What is vin santo? What are the grapes authorized?
Passito dessert wine from Tuscany made from Trebbiano and Malvasia typically, Grechetto is allowed
What is Occhio di Pernice?
Version of Vin Santo with a min 50% Sangiovese
What are the barrels used for Vin Santo?
Caratelli from chestnut is traditional (allows rapid oxidization)
How long does ageing last for Vin Santo?
3-8 years
Can Vin Santo be Liquoroso?
Yes
What are the DOCGs of Umbria?
Sagrantino di Montefalco
Torgiano Rosso Riserva
What is the most famous wine of Umbria?
Orvieto
What is the encepagement of Orvieto?
Min 40% Grechetto
20-40% Trebbiano Toscano or Procanico
What is Sagrantino di Montefalco DOCG? What are the ageing requirements? What is unusual about this DOCG?
DOCG in Perugia (Umbria) from 100% Sagrantino - very high in alcohol and tannin
Aged min 30 months including 12 in wood
Used to be strictly a passito area - DOCG allows both styles
What is Torgiano Rosso Riserva DOCG? What are the ageing requirements?
DOCG produced from 70-100% Sangiovese from Perugia (Umbria)
3 years with at least 6 months in bottle
What are the DOCGs of the Marches?
Vernaccia di Serrapetrona
Conero Rosso Riserva
Offida
Castelli di Jesi Riserva Verdicchio Riserva
Verdicchio di Matelica Riserva
What is Verdicchio di Matelica Riserva DOCG?
DOCG for Verdicchio in the Marches
What is Castelli di Jesi Riserva Verdicchio Riserva DOCG?
DOCG for Verdicchio in the Marches
What are the characteristics of Verdicchio?
Green tinged with distinctive lemony, stony character and bitter almond tang
What is Carmignano DOCG?
DOCG from Prato in Toscano with a minimum 50% Sangiovese plus 10-20 Cab Franc/Sav, 20% Canaiolo Nero, and 10% other white and 10% other red
What is Montecucco Sangiovese DOCG?
DOCG from Grosseto in Toscana with a min 90% Sangiovese
What is Suvereto DOCG?
DOCG from Livorno in Toscana with Reds from Cab Sav and or Merlot
What is Rosso della Val di Cornia DOCG?
DOCG from Livorno and Pisa in Toscana with min 40% Sang, Max 60% Merlot and Cab and max 20% other red grapes (mins Aleatico)
What is Conero Rosso Riserva DOCG?
DOCG in Ancona in Marche with a min 85% Montepulciano and max 15% Sang
What is Offida DOCG?
DOCG from Ascoli Piceno and Fermo in the Marche
Whites from Pecorino and Passerina
Reds from min 85% Montepulciano
What are the DOCGs of Abruzzo?
Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Colline Teramane
What is Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Colline Teramane DOCG?
DOCG from Teramo in Abruzzo requiring wines min 90% Montepulciano and max 10% Sangiovese
What are the DOCGs of Lazio?
Cesane del Piglio
Frasci Superiore
Cannellino di Frascati
What is Frascati Superiore DOCG? What is its alcohol requirement?
DOCG from Roma in Lazio for white wines with a min 70% from Malvasia Bianca di Candia and/or Malvasia del Lazio
13%
What is Cannellino di Frascati DOCG?
DOCG for late harvest whites from Roma in Lazio
min 70% from Malvasia Bianca di Candia and/or Malvasia del Lazio
What is Cesanese del Piglio DOCG?
DOCG for reds in Frosinone in Lazio
Min 90% Cesanese di Affile and/or Cesanese comune
What are the DOCGs of Molise?
None
The most prominent DOC is Biferno which does reds and rosatos from Montepulciano and Aglianico and whites from Trebbiano
What are the DOCGs of Campania
Taurasi
Fiano di Avellino
Greco di Tufo
Aglianico del Taburno
What is Taurasi DOCG?
DOCG for reds from Avellino in Campania
Min 85% Aglianico
What is Aglianico del Taburno DOCG?
DOCG for reds from Benevento in Campania
Min 85% Aglianico
What is Greco di Tufo DOCG?
DOCG for whites from Avellino in Campania
Min 85% Greco, max 15% Coda di Volpe
What is Fiano di Avellino DOCG?
DOCG for whites in Avellino in Campania
Min 85% Fiano, Max 15% Trebbiano Toscana, Coda di Volpe and Greco
What are the DOCGs of Apulia?
Primitivo di Manduria Dolce Naturale
Castel del Monte Rosso Riserva
Castel del Monte Nero di Troia Riserva
Castel del Monte Bombino Nero
What is Primitivo di Manduria Dolce Naturale DOCG?
DOCG for sweet wine from Brindisi and Taranto in Puglia
100% Primitivo and the grapes may be dried
What is Castel del Monte Bombino Nero DOCG?
DOCG for rosato from Barletta-Andria-Trani in Puglia
Min 90% Bombino Nero
What is Castel del Monte Nero di Troia Riserva DOCG?
DOCG for reds from Barletta-Andria-Trani in Puglia
Min 90% Nero di Troia
What is Castel del Monte Rosso Riserva DOCG?
DOCG for reds from Barletta-Andria-Trani in Puglia
Min 65% Nero di Troia
What are the DOCGs for Basilicata?
Aglianico del Vulture Superiore
What is Aglianico del Vulture Superiore DOCG?
Still reds from Potenza in Basilicata
100% Aglianico
What are the DOCGs of Calabria?
None
What are the DOCGs of Sicily?
Cerasuolo di Vittoria
What is Cerasuolo di Vittoria DOCG?
DOCG for red wine in Ragusa, Caltanissetta and Catania in Sicilia
50-70% Nero d'Avola (Calabrese
30-50% Frappato
What is the most famous wine of Sicily?
Marsala
When was Marsala DOC created?
1969
What is the most planted grape in Sicily?
Catarratto
What are the grapes used in Marsala Oro/Ambra? Rubino?
Grillo, Ansonica (Inzolia), Catarratto, Damaschino
Perricone, Calabrese (Nero d'Avola) and Nerello Mascalese
What are the DOCGs of Sardinia?
Vermentino di Gallura
What is Vermentino di Gallura?
DOCG in Sassari and Nuoro in Sardegna
Whites from 95% Vermentino