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Description to Pinerolese DOC
DOC area for red and rose wines in the Italian region Piedmont, The zone includes the entire area of Angrogna, Bibiana, Bobbio Pellice, Bricherasio, Buriasco, Campiglione-Fenile, Cantalupa, Cavour, Cumiana, Frossasco, Garzigliana, Inverso Pinasca, Luserna San Giovanni, Lusernetta, Macello, Osasco, Pinasca, Pinerolo, Perosa Argentina, Pomaretto, Porte, Perrero, Pramollo, Prarostino, Roletto, Rorà, San Germano Chisone, San Pietro Val Lemina, San Secondo di Pinerolo, Torre Pellice, Villar Pellice and Villar Perosa in the province of Torino, as well as Bagnolo Piemonte and Barge in the province of Cuneo. The small subzone Pinerolese Ramìe comprises the two municipalities of Perosa Argentina and Pomaretto in the province of Torino.
Rosso and Rosato are used in any way Barbera, Bonarda = Croatina. Chatus and Nebbiolo (50%), as well as other approved varieties (max. 50%) blended. The pure red wines must hold at least 85% of the respective variety, the remaining 15% can other approved varieties such as Barbera, Bonarda, Dolcetto. Doux d'Henry and Freisa his. The red wine Ramìe is made Avana (30%), avarengo (to 15%), Neretto = Neretto di Bairo (20%), as well as other approved varieties such as. B. Bécuet = Persan (max. 35%) blended.
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