List of Italian DOCG wines

This is a list of the 75 Italian DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita) wines ordered by region.[1] The four original DOCGs were Brunello, Vino Nobile, and Barolo (all approved by a presidential decree in July 1980) and Barbaresco (as approved in October 1980).

Northern regionsEdit

Emilia RomagnaEdit

Friuli-Venezia GiuliaEdit

LombardiaEdit

PiemonteEdit

VenetoEdit

Central regionsEdit

AbruzzoEdit

LazioEdit

MarcheEdit

ToscanaEdit

  • Brunello di Montalcino (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Siena
  • Carmignano (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the provinces of Firenze and Prato
  • Chianti (Rosso as normale and Riserva), in the provinces of Arezzo, Firenze, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena; with the option to indicate one of the sub-regions:
    • Colli Aretini as normale and Riserva produced in the province of Arezzo
    • Colli Senesi as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Siena
    • Colli Fiorentini as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Firenze
    • Colline Pisane as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Pisa
    • Montalbano as normale and Riserva, produced in the provinces of Firenze, Pistoia and Prato
    • Montespertoli as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Firenze
    • Rufina as normale and Riserva, produced in the province of Firenze
    • Chianti Superiore, produced throughout the Chianti region with the exception of the classico sub-region.
  • Chianti Classico became a separate DOCG in 1996. Chianti Classico was originally established as a sub-region of the Chianti DOC in 1967, which became a DOCG in 1984. Chianti Classico DOCG has different regulations from Chianti DOCG, the percentage of Sangiovese used in Chianti Classico DOCG is at least 80% compared to 70% to 75% that of Chianti DOCG. White varietal is prohibited in Chianti Classico DOCG while it can be used in Chianti DOCG.
  • Elba Aleatico Passito produced in the Livorno
  • Montecucco produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Morellino di Scansano (Rosso as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Suvereto produced in the province of Livorno
  • Val di Cornia produced in the province of Livorno and Pisa
  • Vernaccia di San Gimignano (Bianco as normale and Riserva), produced in the province of Siena
  • Vino Nobile di Montepulciano (Rosso as normal and Riserva), produced in the province of Siena

UmbriaEdit

Southern regionsEdit

BasilicataEdit

CampaniaEdit

PugliaEdit

SardiniaEdit

SiciliaEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Disciplinari dei vini DOP e IGP italiani". Ministero delle politiche agricole alimentari e forestali. Retrieved 26 November 2019.
  2. ^ [1] Ministero delle Politiche Agricole Alimentari e Forestali prot. 85456 del 19.11.2014
  3. ^ [2] Official Gazette of the Italian Republic, decree 24 March 2010 (10A04057)
  4. ^ [3] Official Gazette of the Italian Republic, decree 24 March 2010 (10A04282)