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Erbaluce di Caluso DOC
Description to Erbaluce di Caluso DOC
DOCG area for white wines in the Italian region Piedmont, The vineyards stretch over 180 hectares on the Canavese-Moränenhügeln on the northern edge of the Po Valley. The area includes the municipalities of Agliè, Azeglio, Bairo, Barone, Bollengo, Borgomasino, Burolo, Caluso, Candia Canavese, Caravino, Cossano Canavese, Cuceglio, Ivrea, Maglione, Mazzè, Mercenasco, Montalenghe, Orio Canavese, Palazzo Canavese, Parella, Perosa Canavese, Piverone, Romano Canavese, San Giorgio Canavese, San Martino Canavese, Scarmagno, Settimo Rottaro, Strambino, Vestigne, Vialfrè, Villareggia and Vische in the province of Torino, Moncrivello in the province of Vercelli, and Roppolo, Viverone and Zimone in the province of Biella , If the grapes come from classified vineyards, can Vigna followed by the name of the layer on label be specified.