Talk:Denominazione di origine controllata

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I object to "D.O.C." linking to this page. I think DOC is much more commonly associated with "department of corrections" in various US, and possibly non-US states. Therefore, I think there should at least be a disambiguation page for "D.O.C." Wbbigtymer 19:55, 3 May 2006 (UTC)

‘I object’ seems a bit strong! But I don’t see any problem with your turning D.O.C. into a disambiguation page. Or, easier and better, make it redirect to DOC, which is already a disambiguation page. In either case do make sure to fix any double redirects, though. (There will not be many.) —Ian Spackman 12:16, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

The page says wine can only get this certifcation if it is in a bottle containg at least 5l of wine, but a .75 l bottle of DOCG Chianti is right next to it.

Non-wine DOCsEdit

Do these actually still exist? Or has DOC been superceded by DOP/PDO for those purposes? —Ian Spackman 11:58, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Basic definitionEdit

‘DOCG regions are subterritories of DOC regions.’ Is that right? I would have thought that in most cases it was wrong. For instance I have not come across a Barolo DOC which is more broadly defined in a geographical sense than the Barolo DOCG. Ian Spackman (talk) 01:12, 26 November 2009 (UTC)

This article is not written very well. It needs a pretty thorough overall. DOCG are their own regions, they may be sub-territories but that is not always the case. AgneCheese/Wine 01:44, 26 November 2009 (UTC)

What about the oils?Edit

The oils have not been as strictly guaranteed. Mislabeling is a nice word for it. UC Davis (2011) says the imported oils under the IOC have wimpy controls and should add DAGs and PPP standards to avoid fake oils. They also describe the US as the world's third largest olive oil consumer. I wonder if Big Industry will say their study is no good like Monsanto did to France's GMO study. How Conveeenient. Kristinwt (talk) 01:11, 19 December 2015 (UTC)

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Reworking, Sept 2019Edit

I've reworked the article, keeping most of the original points but reorganising it and updating references, and a couple of interesting points from the OCW and Italian Wine Central. I've updated it to discuss the 2008-11 EU reforms and reorganised it into sections, so they can be section-redirect targets (for example, DOCG), and included the contents of the Indicazione geografica tipica stub article as a section as well. Since this article was already covering DOC and DOCG, it seems logical to also add IGT and perhaps even rename this article "Italian wine classifications" or something, and redirect Denominazione di origine controllata to the appropriate section; please review and leave comments, corrections, additions etc. Cheers — Jon (talk) 12:30, 24 September 2019 (UTC)

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