DOCG

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DOCG is the short version of Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita, a warranty mark used in Italy, about the wines, for to help who buy wines against fake wines or frauds. This warranty mark show the exact point where the wine was made. A wine before to be able to use the DOCG mark must pass many tests and have some qualities. Often these qualities are for example the little place where we can find the kind of wine, for example just a big hills of just a region in Italy.

List of Italians wine with DOCG[change | change source]

Abruzzo[change | change source]

Basilicata[change | change source]

Campania[change | change source]

Emilia-Romagna[change | change source]

Friuli-Venezia Giulia[change | change source]

Lazio[change | change source]

  • Cesanese del Piglio (o Piglio)

Lombardy[change | change source]

  • Valtellina Superiore
  • Valtellina Sfursat, (red)

Marche[change | change source]

Piedmont[change | change source]

Sardinia[change | change source]

Sicily[change | change source]

Tuscany[change | change source]

Umbria[change | change source]

Veneto[change | change source]

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