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Santa Margherita di Belice DOC
Description to Santa Margherita di Belice DOC
DOC area for red and white wines in the Italian region Sicily, The zone comprises the two municipalities of Santa Margherita di Belice and Montevago in the province of Agrigento. Under this DOC name, however, wines are also allowed in the municipalities of Castelvetrano, Partanna, Poggioreale and Salaparuta in the province of Trapani, as well as in the three DOC areas Contessa Entellina. Menfi and Sambuca di Sicilia to be produced.
The varietal wines must contain at least 85% of the respective variety, the rest up to a maximum of 15% can be other approved varieties. The two red wines are Nero d'Avola and Sangiovese, The three white wines are Ansonica, Catarratto and Grecanico.
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