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Colline Saluzzesi DOC
Description to Colline Saluzzesi DOC
DOC area for red wines in the Italian region Piedmont, The area comprises in full the two municipalities of Pagno and Piasco, as well as parts of the municipalities of Brondello, Busca, Castellar, Costigliole Saluzzo, Dronero, Envie, Manta, Martiniana Po, Saluzzo, Verzuolo and Villar San Costanzo in the province of Cuneo. If the grapes come from classified vineyards, can Vigna followed by the name of the label on the bottle label.
The Rosso is in any use or mixture of Barbera. Chatus. Nebbiolo. Pelaverga (about 60%), as well as other approved varieties (max 40%) blended. The four varietal reds Barbera, Chatus, Pelaverga (also called Rosato ) and Quagliano in amabile and dolce (also as Spumante in dolce) must be 100% produced from the respective variety.
The most important grape varieties
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