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Description to Vicenza DOC
DOC area for a wide range of white, red and rose wines in the Italian region Veneto, The zone named after the province of the same name comprises a total of 85 municipalities. The full range is Albettone, Alonte, Altavilla Vicentina, Arcugnano, Arzignano, Asigliano Veneto, Barbarano Vicentino, Breganze, Brendola, Cassola, Carrè, Cartigliano, Castegnero, Castelgomberto, Chiuppano, Creazzo, Fara Vicentino, Gambellara, Gambugliano, Grancona , Longare, Malo, Marano Vicentino, Marostica, Mason Vicentino, Molvena, Montebello Vicentino, Montecchio Maggiore, Montecchio Precalcino, Montegalda, Montegaldella, Monteviale, Montorso Vicentino, Mossano, Mussolente, Nanto, Nove, Orgiano, Pianezze, Rosà, Rossà Salcedo, Sandrigo, San Germano dei Berici, San Vito di Leguzzano, Sarego, Sarcedo, Schiavon, Sossano, Sovizzo, Tezze sul Brenta, Thiene, Villaga, Zané, Zermeghedo, Zovencedo and Zuliano (58), as well as parts of Agugliaro, Bassano del Grappa, Brogliano, Caltrano, Calvene, Chiampo, Cogollo del Cengio, Campiglia dei Berici, Costabissara, Cornedo Vicentino, Dueville, Grumolo delle Abbadesse, Isola Vicentina, Lugo di Vicenza, Monte di Ma lo, Nogarole Vicentino, Piovene Rocchette, Pove del Grappa, Poiana Maggiore, Romano d'Ezzelino, Quinto Vicentino, Schio, Santorso, Torri di Quartesolo, Trissino, Vicenza and Villaverla (27).
The Bianco is made from Garganega (50%) and other approved varieties (max. 50%). Rosso and Rosato (both also as Novello ) are produced from Merlot (50%) and other approved varieties (max. 50%). a Passito is only available from Bianco. a Frizzante are available from Bianco and Rosato. On Spumante is produced by Bianco, Chardonnay, Garganego and Pinot Bianco. And one Riserva with a longer aging period there are all red wines.