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Wine Regions in Italy

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Brendon Menezes

on 17 July 2016

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Italian Wine Facts
1/4th of the worlds production
Making of wine for the Last 3500 Yrs
Divided in to 20 Regions
Veneto
Piedmont
Tuscany
Emilia Romagna
Top Producing Are
Governing Bodies
Denominizione di Origine Controlata[DOC]
Denominizione di Origine Controlata e Gaurantitia
Indicazione Geograpica Tipica[IGT]
ESt 1963 Implemented in 1966
Pronunciation :Deh-NAW-meenah-TSYAW- neh-dee
oh-REE-jee-neeh
Con-traw-LAW-tah
Pronunciation :Deh-NAW-meenah-TSYAW- neh-dee
oh-REE-jee-neeh
Con-traw-LAW-tah
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Gha-RAN-te Tha
Chianti Clssico
Chianti Rufina
Denominizione di Origin Controllata
Est 1963 implimented in 1966
pronounciation Deh- NWA-mee-nah-TSYAW-neh-dee oh-REE-jee-neh Con-traw-LAW-tah
DOc Specific
Geographical Limit
Grape varietal that Can be Used
Maximum Yeild/Acre
Denominazione di Origin e Gaurantita
Est 1980
only 23 Regions
in addition to the DOC it has a Certification of the Italian Government
Indicazione Di Geographica Tipica
Can be Made with any grape
No specific set rules regarding the per hecter yeild
Some Terms
Classico
Superiore
Estate
Castello
Riserva
Novello
Seco
Abbocatto
amabile
Liquoroso
Frizzante
Methodo tradizionale
Spumante
Indicates that the wine has sightly higher alcoholic percentage
Azienda,agricola,fotteria,tentuta,podere
Castel or Chateau
Doc/DOCG wine that has been aged for a longer period of time
New Wine
Dry
gentle sweet wine
Sweet Wine like a dessert wine
Fortified dessert wine
Sparkling wine
semi Sparkling wine
An area within a larger geographical region
Sangiovese
secondary fermentation
in the bottle
Tuscany
Chianti
Chianti Ruffino
Chianti Classico
Montalcino
Montepulicano
From Florence to Siena
Chianti Classico Region is is the central zone
identified by the black roste(Gallo Nero)
Super Tuscans
Superltive wines from Tuscany
Does Not follow the laws meant for DOC
Italian government does not approve of them as DOC/DOC
they fall in the IGT category
Sassicaia by Tenuta San Guido (1968 - cabernet sauvignon & cabernet franc)
Tignanello by Antinori (1971 - sangiovese & cabernet sauvignon)
Ornellaia by Tenuta dell'Ornellaia (1984 - cabernet sauvignon, merlot & cabernet franc)
Masseto by Tenuta dell'Ornellaia (1985 - merlot)
Summus by Banfi (1985 - cab sauv, sangiovese & syrah)
Brancaia Tre by Brancaia (1988 - sangiovese, merlot & cabernet sauvignon)
Guado al Tasso by Antinori (1990 - cabernet sauvignon, merlot & syrah)
Luce by Frescobaldi (1993 - sangiovese & merlot)
San Lorenzo by Sassotondo (1997 - ciliegiolo)
Vin Santo
holy wine produced in tuscany made with the Trebbiano Grape
made by drying the grapes by hannging them or by aring them on trays for 3 - 5 months
grapes concentrate on flavour and in sugr
the barrels consist of a small amount of Madre thick wine amount left over from a prior year
the wine is left in the barrel for atleast 2- 3 yrs sometimes even 6
the resultant wine has a nutty flavour deep golden color & is 14% in alcohol
Vin Santo is sweet and served as a dessert wine
Vino Noble di montepulciano
DOCG hillside Town
situated in Chianti Sub region
consists of the Prugnolo(20%)+ Canillo(10-20%) +other (20%)
the wine must be aged for at least 2 yrs
reserva is aged fro atleast 3 yrs
Montalchino
DOCG Zone wine yards around the hillside of Montalchino
Begin by Ferruccio Biondi Santi Brunello in 1980
brunello is a clone of Sangiovese Grossso Strain
Veneto
Bardolino
Valpollicella
Soave
Prosecco di congiliano
Proseco
white wine grape
best known made in a spumante
crispy appy when made into spumante
proseco best from the town of conegliano which is the home of italy's foremost enology school
Corvina
Principle Grape used in Vallpolicella and Bardolino
Corvina is a blend with Rondinella and moulinarato produce light colored
Flavours are Tart cherry light bitter almond
Vallpolicella
Blend of 3 Grapes Corvina,Rondinella,Moulinara
4%of other grapes Varieties
Valpollicella Superiore is aged atleast for 1 year in the bottle
Amorone Della Valpolicella
Made with the Passito Method & Recito Style but is dry in style
Cherry ,plum flavours
Recito is the residual sugar in to wine
Passito method makes sweet wine but high in alcohol content
Soave
70% Garganega
Piedmont
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