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Collina Torinese DOC
Description to Collina Torinese DOC
DOC area for red wines in the Italian region Piedmont, The zone includes the municipalities of Andezeno, Arignano, Baldissero Torinese, Brozolo, Brusasco, Casalborgone, Castagneto Po, Castiglione Torinese, Cavagnolo, Chieri, Cinzano, Gassino Torinese, Lauriano, Marentino, Mombello di Torino, Moncalieri, Montaldo Torinese, Monteu da Po, Moriondo Torinese, Pavarolo, Pecetto Torinese, Pino Torinese, Riva presso Chieri, Rivalba, San Raffaele Cimena, San Sebastiano da Po, Sciolze and Verrua Savoia in the province of Torino. For the Collina Torinese Cari / Pelaverga wine, the grapes from the municipalities of Andezeno, Arignano, Baldissero Torinese, Castiglione Torinese, Chieri, Marentino, Montaldo Torinese, Pavarolo and Pino Torinese.
The Rosso (also called Novello ) is made Barbera (60%), Freisa (25%) and other approved red varieties (max. 15%) blended. The four pure red wines must contain at least 85% of the respective variety, up to a maximum of 15% it can be other approved varieties. These are Barbera, Bonarda ( Uva Rara ) Malvasia di Schierano and Pelaverga or Cari.
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