Friday, May 28, 2010

Complete Listing of Italian DOCG Wines

Complete Listing of Italian DOCG Wines (as of May 2010): 47

Abruzzo (1)
DOCG Montepulciano d'Abruzzo "Colline Teramane"
• produced in the province of Teramo and named after the typical grape


Campania (3)
DOCG Fiano di Avellino
• (bianco), produced in the province of Avellino using the Fiano grape.

DOCG Greco di Tufo
• (bianco, also as spumante), produced in the province of Avellino

DOCG Taurasi
• (rosso also as Riserva), produced in the province of Avellino


Emilia Romagna (1)
DOCG Albana di Romagna
• (Bianco as secco or asciutto, amabile, dolce, passito and passito riserva), produced in the provinces of Bologna, Forlì-Cesena and Ravenna


Friuli-Venezia Giulia (2)
DOCG Colli Orientali del Friuli Picolit
• (Passito), produced in the province of Udine

DOCG Ramandolo
• (Bianco), produced in the province of Udine, in the area of Ramandolo, in the commune of Nimis, Italy and in part of the commune of Tarcento


Lazio (1)
DOCG Cesanese del Piglio
• grown in the Prenestina hills southeast of Rome. Red, some sparkling is produced.


Lombardia (5)
DOCG Franciacorta
• (as Spumante, Spumante rosé and Spumante cremant), produced in the province of Brescia

DOCG Oltrepo Pavese Metodo Classico
• (as Rosé, Cremant, Pinot Noir, Pinot Noir Rosé), produced in the province of Pavia

DOCG Sforzato della Valtellina
• or Sfurzat di Valtellina (Rosso), produced in the province of Sondrio

DOCG Valtellina Superiore
• (Rosso as normale and Riserva) with the option to indicate one of the sub-regions Inferno, Grumello, Maroggia, Sassella and Valgella, produced in the province of Sondrio, or the sub-region Stagaflassi for wine bottled in Switzerland

DOCG Moscato di Scanzo (new)


Marche (4)
DOCG Conero
• (Rosso only as Riserva), produced in the province of Ancona

DOCG Vernaccia di Serrapetrona
• Vernaccia di Serrapetrona (Rosso as Dolce and Secco), produced in the province of Macerata

DOCG Verdicchio di Matelica (new)

DOCG Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico (new)


Piemonte (12)
DOCG Asti spumante - Moscato d'Asti
• Asti in the sub-apellations Asti or Asti Spumante (Bianco) and Moscato d'Asti (Bianco), produced in the provinces of Asti, Cuneo and Alessandria

DOCG Barbaresco
• (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Cuneo

DOCG Barbera d'Asti
• (Rosso as normale and Superiore), produced in the province of Asti, with the option to indicate one of the sub-regions:
o Nizza in the region surrounding Nizza Monferrato
o Tinella in the region surrounding Costigliole d'Asti
o Colli Astiani in the region surrounding Vigliano d'Asti

DOCG Barbera del Monferrato Superiore
• (Rosso), produced in the provinces of Asti and Alessandria

DOCG Barolo (Chinato, as well, falls under this DOCG)
• (Rosso as normale, Riserva and Chinato), produced in the province of Cuneo

DOCG Brachetto D'Acqui or Acqui
• (Rosso as normale and Spumante), produced in the provinces of Asti and Alessandria

DOCG Dolcetto di Dogliani Superiore or Dogliani (2005)
• (Rosso), produced in the province of Cuneo

DOCG Dolcetto di Ovada Superiore or Ovada (2008)
• (Rosso), produced in the province of Alessandria

DOCG Gattinara (1990)
• (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Vercelli

DOCG Gavi o Cortese di Gavi (1998)
• (Bianco as Frizzante, Spumante and Tranquillo), produced in the province of Alessandria

DOCG Ghemme (1997)
• (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Novara

DOCG Roero (Rosso & Bianco) (2006)
• (Bianco as Roero Arneis and Roero Arneis Spumante, Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Cuneo


Sardegna (1)
DOCG Vermentino di Gallura (1996)
• (Bianco as normale and Superiore), produced in the provinces of Nuoro and Sassari


Sicilia (1)
DOCG Cerasuolo di Vittoria (2005)
• (Rosso as normale and Classico), produced in the provinces of Caltanissetta, Catania and Ragusa

Toscana (8)
DOCG Brunello di Montalcino(1980)
• (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Siena

DOCG Carmignano (1988)
• (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the provinces of Firenze and Prato

DOCG Chianti (1984)
• Chianti (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the provinces of Arezzo, Firenze, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena; with the option to indicate one of the sub-regions:
o Classico as normale and Riserva, produced in the provinces of Firenze and Siena
o Colli Aretini as normale and Riserva produced in the province of Arezzo
o Colli Senesi as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Siena
o Colli Fiorentini as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Firenze
o Colline Pisane as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Pisa
o Montalbano as normale and Riserva, produced in the provinces of Firenze, Pistoia and Prato
o Montespertoli as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Pisa
o Rufina as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Firenze
o Chianti Superiore, produced throughout the Chianti region with the exception of the classico sub-region.

DOCG Aleatico dell’Elba Passito (2009)
• (Passito), produced on the Island of Elba.

DOCG Morellino di Scansano (2007)
• Morellino di Scansano (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Grosseto

DOCG Vernaccia di S.Gimignano (1993 – 1st Italian DOC in 1966)
• (Bianco as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Siena

DOCG Vino Nobile di Montepulciano (1980)
• (Rosso as normal and Riserva), produced in the province of Siena


Umbria (2)
DOCG Sagrantino di Montefalco (1980)
• (Rosso as Secco and Passito), produced in the province of Perugia

DOCG Torgiano Rosso Riserva (1990)
• (Rosso only as Riserva), produced in the province of Perugia

Veneto (6)

DOCG Bardolino Superiore (2001)
• (Rosso), produced in the province of Verona

DOCG Recioto di Gambellara (2008)
• (Bianco (Classic) and Spumante)

DOCG Recioto di Soave (1998 - first Veneto wine to obtain DOCG)
• (Bianco as normale, Classico and Spumante), produced in the province of Verona

DOCG Soave Superiore (2001)
• (Bianco as normale, Classico and Riserva), produced in the province of Verona

DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore (2009)

DOCG Asolo Prosecco Superiore (2009)
• (spumante), from Montello and Colli Asolani

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