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Val Polcèvera DOC
Description to Val Polcèvera DOC
DOC area for red wines, rosé wines and white wines in the Italian region Liguria, The zone includes the municipalities of Campomorone, Ceranesi, Genova, Mele, Mignanego, Sant'Olcese and Serra Riccò on the banks of the Polcèvera River and its tributaries in the province of Genoa. The Bianco must be at least 60% Vermentino and / or Bianchetta Genovese and / or Albarola included, a maximum of 40% can be other approved varieties. The pure white wines Bianchetta Genovese and Vermentino must contain at least 85% of the respective variety. All white wines are also considered Frizzante. Passito and Spumante generated. For white wines from the Coronata sub-zone (within Genoa), this name may appear on the label. Rosso (also as Frizzante and Novello ) and Rosato (also as Frizzante) are out Dolcetto and or Sangiovese and or Ciliegiolo (60%) and other approved varieties (max. 40%).
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