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Description to Curtefranca DOC
DOC area for red and white wines in the Italian region Lombardy, He became with the high classification of the Spumante Franciacorta created at DOCG 1995 for still wines. A renaming of the old name Terre di Franciacorta on Curtefranca took place in 2008 to avoid confusion with the DOCG area. At the label For a long time, both names were cited, eg. B. Terre di Franciacorta Curtefranca Rosso. The Franciacorta identical zone covers approximately 2,800 hectares of vineyards with the municipalities of Adro, Capriolo, Cellatica, Corte Franca, Erbusco, Gussago, Iseo, Monticelli Brusati, Ome, Paderno Franciacorta, Paratico, Passirano, Provaglio d'Iseo and Rodengo-Saiano, and Parts of Brescia, Cazzago San Martino, Coccaglio, Cologne and Rovato, on the southern edge of Lake Iseo in the province of Brescia.
The Rosso is out Cabernet Franc and or Carmenère (about 20%), Merlot (to 25%), Cabernet Sauvignon (10-35%), as well as other approved varieties (max 15%) blended. The Bianco is going out Chardonnay (to 50%), Pinot Bianco = Pinot Blanc and / or Pinot Nero logo CNRS logo INIST Pinot Noir (max 50%) pressed. On the label can Vigna followed by the name of the community or place, but for which higher alcohol contents are required.