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Capriano del Colle DOC
Description to Capriano del Colle DOC
DOC area for red and white wines in the Italian region Lombardy, The area includes the hills of the municipalities of Capriano del Colle and Poncarale in the province of Brescia. The Bianco (also as Superiore and Frizzante ) is from Trebbiano di Soave or Trebbiano di Lugana = Verdicchio Bianco and or Trebbiano Toscano (about 60%), as well as other approved varieties (up to 40%). The Trebbiano (also called Frizzante) is produced from Trebbiano di Soave or Trebbiano di Lugana and / or Trebbiano Toscano (for 85%), as well as other authorized varieties (maximum 15%). The Rosso (also as Novello and Riserva ) becomes from Berzemino = Marzemino (to 40%), Merlot (about 20%), Sangiovese (to 10%), as well as other approved varieties (max 10%) blended. The varietal Marzemino is made from 100% of the variety. If the grapes come from classified vineyards, can Vigna followed by the layer name.