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Description to Monreale DOC
DOC range for reds, rosé wines and white wines in the Italian region or on the island Sicily, The area covers in its entirety the six municipalities of Camporeale, Corleone, Roccamena, San Cipirello, Santa Cristina Gela and San Giuseppe Jato, as well as parts of the two municipalities of Monreale and Piana degli Albanesi in the province of Palermo.
The Rosso is produced from Calabrese and / or Perricone (to 50%), as well as other approved varieties (max 50%). The Rosato is made from Perricone and / or Sangiovese and / or Nerello Mascalese (about 70%), as well as other approved varieties (maximum 30%) produced. The Bianco is made from Ansonica and Catarratto (to 50%), as well as other approved varieties (maximum 50%).
All white wines are also available with at least six months of maturity Superiore, as well as with at least 12 months maturity of dried grapes also called Vendemmia tardiva ( late vintage ). All red wines are also available as Novello, as well as having at least 24 months maturation as well Riserva,