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Description to Aversa DOC
DOC area (also Asprinio di Aversa) for white wine in the Italian region Campania, The zone includes the municipalities of Aversa, Carinaro, Casal di Principe, Casaluce, Casapesenna, Cesa, Frignano, Gricignano di Aversa, Lusciano, Orta di Atella, Parete, San Cipriano d'Aversa, San Marcellino, Sant'Arpino, Succivo, Teverola, Trentola-Ducenta, Villa di Briano and Villa Literno in the province of Caserta, as well as the municipalities of Giugliano in Campania, Qualiano and Sant Antimo in the province of Napoli. The wine is made from Asprinio Greco (85%) and other approved varieties (max. 15%) if necessary. The Spumante must be 100% unmixed to be produced.
It is the traditional one training system " Alberata Aversana Allowed. Trees are used as supports and the vines are raised vertically up to ten meters. Harvesting must be carried out on ladders called “scale napoletanes”. This should be preserved as a cultural heritage that shapes the landscape. The earnings may result in a maximum of 4 kg / m² or 240 kg / vine. The planting density may not exceed 50 vines / ha. These wines have to label "Alberata" or "Vigneti ad Alberata" included.