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Description to Valsusa DOC
DOC area for red wine in the Italian region Piedmont, The small area covers seven hectares of vineyards in the municipalities of Almese, Borgone Susa, Bruzolo, Bussoleno, Caprie, Chianocco, Chiomonte, Condove, Exilles, Giaglione, Gravere, Mattie, Meana di Susa, Mompantero, Rubiana, San Didero, San Giorgio di Susa , Susa and Villar Focchiardo in the Susa Valley in the province of Torino. The wine is in any mixture of the varieties Avana. Barbera. Dolcetto and Neretta Cuneese (about 60%), and other approved (max 40%) blended. There is also a Novello,
The most important grape varieties
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