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Penisola Sorrentina DOC
Description to Penisola Sorrentina DOC
DOC area for red and white wines in the Italian region Campania, The zone includes the municipalities of Agerola, Casola di Napoli, Gragnano, Lettere, Massa Lubrense, Meta, Piano di Sorrento, Pimonte, Sant'Agnello, Sorrento and Vico Equense, as well as parts of Castellammare di Stabia and Sant'Antonio Abate on the Sorrento peninsula in the province of Napoli. There are the subzones Gragnano (Castellammare di Stabia, Gragnano, Pimonte), Lettere (Casola di Napoli, Lettere Sant'Antonio Abate) and Sorrento (Massa Lubrense, Meta, Piano di Sorrento, Sant'Agnello, Sorrento, Vico Equense), the at the label may be cited. If the grapes come from classified vineyards, can Vigna followed by the location name.
The Bianco is out Falanghina (for. 40%) and / or Biancolella and or Greco (all three together for. 60%), as well as other approved varieties (max. 40%) blended. The Rosso (also called Frizzante ) becomes Per'e Palummo = Piedirosso (40%) and / or Olivella = Sciascinoso and or Aglianico (all together for 60%), as well as other approved varieties (max. 40%). When using the subzone Gragano and Lettere there is only one Rosso Frizzante, when using the subzone Sorrento only the wine types Bianco and Rosso.