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Collio Goriziano DOC
Description to Collio Goriziano DOC
DOC area (also Collio) for a wide range of reds and whites in Italian region Friuli-Venezia Giulia, The name means "Hill of Goriziono". The zone includes the municipalities of Capriva del Friuli, Cormons, Dolegna del Collio, Farra Isonzo, Gorizia, Mossa, San Floriano del Collio and San Lorenzo Isontino in the province of Gorizia (Gorizia). In the north closes the DOC area Colli Orientali del Friuli in the province of Udine, the border forms the river Judrio. The area with about 1,500 hectares of vineyards extends over the hills between the rivers Judrio and Isonzo in the west to the Slovenian Border in the east. Both geologically and also from the wine-like areas once belonged to the Habsburg Empire. But while the province of Udine was already Italian in 1866, Gorizia came only after the First World War Italy to. The soil consists of calcareous marl and sandstone, which is heavily interspersed with minerals. This is called after a community as "Flysch of Cormons". About 80% of fragrant white wines are produced. Especially Pinot Grigio caused an international stir from the 1980s and established the glory of white wines.