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DOC area for white and red wines in the border region of the Italian regions Liguria and Tuscany, The zone includes the municipalities of Ameglia, Arcola, Beverino, Bolano, Calice al Cornoviglio, Castelnuovo Magra, Follo, La Spezia, Lerici, Ortonovo, Riccò del Golfo, Santo Stefano di Magra, Sarzana and Vezzano Ligure in the province of La Spezia (Liguria) , as well as the municipalities of Aulla, Fosdinovo and Podenzana in the province of Massa Carrara (Tuscany). If the grapes come from classified vineyards, can Vigna followed by the location name.
The Bianco is out Vermentino (35%) and Trebbiano Toscano (25-40%), as well as other approved varieties (max. 30%) pressed. The pure white winesAlbarola and Vermentino (also as Superiore ) must contain 85% or 90% of the variety. The Rosso (also called Riserva ) is made Sangiovese (50%) and other approved varieties (max. 50%).