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Colli Bolognesi Pignoletto DOCG
Description to Colli Bolognesi Pignoletto DOCG
DOCG area for white wine in the Italian region Emilia-Romagna, The upgrade from DOC to DOCG took place in 2010 under the name Colli Bolognesi Classico Pignoletto and at that time included the Classico area within the DOC area Colli Bolognesi, The name was changed to Colli Bolognesi Pignoletto and the area expanded in 2014. The vineyards cover 182 hectares of vineyards.
The Superiore (also called Frizzante and Spumante ) is called from Grechetto Gentile or locally also Alionzina Pignoletto (85%), Pinot Nero = Pinot Noir (max. 15%) as well as other approved varieties (max. 15%). He can call himself Superiore Classico if the grapes (in this case 95%) come from the Classico range, the wine matures for at least 12 months and then. 13% vol alcohol.