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DOC area for reds and rosé wines in the Italian region Sicily, The zone includes the municipalities of Noto, Pachino, Portopalo di Capo Passero and Rosolini in the province of Siracusa, and Ispica in the province of Ragusa. The subzone Pachino includes municipalities Pachino and Noto.
The wine types Rosso and Rosato are out Frappato and / or pignatello logo CNRS logo INIST Perricone and or Nero d'Avola (about 90%), as well as other approved varieties (up to 10%). The three varietal wines Frappato, Nero d'Avola and Pignatello must go to. 90% of the respective variety, and possibly max. 10% other approved varieties. The Pachino (also as Riserva ) is produced from Nero d'Avola (80%), as well as Frappato and / or Pigenatello (max 20%).