List of Italian DOCG wines

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A list of the 74 Italian DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita) wines ordered by region. Note that not all of Italy’s twenty regions produce wines with DOCG status.

Northern regions[edit]

Emilia Romagna[edit]

Friuli-Venezia Giulia[edit]

Lombardia[edit]

Piedmont[edit]

Veneto[edit]

Central regions[edit]

Abruzzo[edit]

Lazio[edit]

Marche[edit]

Tuscany[edit]

  • Brunello di Montalcino (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Siena
  • Carmignano (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the provinces of Firenze and Prato
  • Chianti (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the provinces of Arezzo, Firenze, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena; with the option to indicate one of the sub-regions:
    • Colli Aretini as normale and Riserva produced in the province of Arezzo
    • Colli Senesi as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Siena
    • Colli Fiorentini as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Firenze
    • Colline Pisane as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Pisa
    • Montalbano as normale and Riserva, produced in the provinces of Firenze, Pistoia and Prato
    • Montespertoli as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Pisa
    • Rufina as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Firenze
    • Chianti Superiore, produced throughout the Chianti region with the exception of the classico sub-region.
  • Chianti Classico became a separate DOCG in 1996. Chianti Classico was originally established as a sub-region of the Chianti DOC in 1967, which became a DOCG in 1984. Chianti Classico DOCG has different regulations from Chianti DOCG, the percentage of Sangiovese used in Chianti Classico DOCG is at least 80% compared to 70% to 75% that of Chianti DOCG. White varietal is prohibited in Chianti Classico DOCG while it can be used in Chianti DOCG.
  • Elba Aleatico Passito produced in the Livorno
  • Montecucco produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Morellino di Scansano (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Suvereto produced in the province of Livorno
  • Val di Cornia produced in the province of Livorno and Pisa
  • Vernaccia di San Gimignano (Bianco as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Siena
  • Vino Nobile di Montepulciano (Rosso as normal and Riserva), produced in the province of Siena

Umbria[edit]

Southern regions[edit]

Basilicata[edit]

Campania[edit]

Puglia[edit]

Sardinia[edit]

Sicily[edit]

  • Cerasuolo di Vittoria (Rosso as normale and Classico), produced in the provinces of Caltanissetta, Catania and Ragusa The winery Antica Tenuta Del Nanfro, the desire is to produce wines con a typical and determined terroir, which would make the person tasting the Cerasuolo di Vittoria or the Insolia aware of the value Nanfro give to the wines produced here at Nanfro. Each bottle of Nanfro wine is cured and monitored closely and is born from the passion they put into each working day and the love they feel for the land.In every sip you can perceive the scent of our land and the echo of the respect we have towards each individual grape ripened under our sun.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Ministero delle Politiche Agricole Alimentari e Forestali prot. 85456 del 19.11.2014
  2. ^ [2] Official Gazzette of the Italian Republic, decree 24 March 2010 (10A04057)
  3. ^ [3] Official Gazzette of the Italian Republic, decree 24 March 2010 (10A04282)

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