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DOC range for a wide range of white wines and red wines in the Italian region Veneto, The zone covers about 1,300 hectares of vineyards with a total of 28 municipalities in the province of Vicenza. These are in full extent Albettone, Alonte, Altavilla Vicentina, Arzignano, Barbarano Vicentino, Brendola, Castegnero, Grancona, Mossano, Nanto, Orgiano, San Germano dei Berici, Sovizzo, Villaga and Zovencedo, as well as sections of Asigliano Veneto, Campiglia dei Berici, Creazzo, Longare, Lonigo, Montebello Vicentino, Montecchio Maggiore, Montegalda, Montegaldella, Monteviale, Sarego, Sossano and Vicenza. The Subzone Barbarano includes the municipalities of Longare, Castegnero, Villaga, Barbarano Vicentino, Mossano and Nanto.
The Bianco (also as Frizzante. Spumante and Passito ) must from at least 50% Garganega, the Rosso (also called Novello ) from at least 50% Merlot and the Spumante (also as Rosato ) from at least 50% Chardonnay consist. The remaining 50% can be other approved varieties for all three wines. The Barbarano Rosso (also called spumante) must be 100% varietal pressed from Tai Rosso. As Riserva there are the wine types Cabernet, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère, Merlot, Rosso, Barbarano Rosso and Tai Rosso.