Denominazioni

del territorio Imola

Colli d’Imola Doc

The production area of the Doc wine Colli d’Imola (1997) includes seven municipalities in the area near Imola, in the province of Bologna. This is the area of the albana, sangiovese, pignoletto and trebbiano vines. However, the morphological characteristics of this denominatio imported vines such as chardonnay, barbera and cabernet sauvignon....

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Igt d’Emilia e di Romagna

The production of Igt wines (Typical geographical indication) is disciplined by the Law no. 164 of February 10, 1992. The label identifies a specific production area with uniform characteristics which give the wine a homogeneous charact. At present, there are 117 Igt wines in Italy, 10 of which in the Emilia Romagna Region....

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Romagna Albana Docg

Albana di Romagna was officially recognised as Docg in 1987 and since the 2011 grape harvest it has become Romagna Albana Docg. The grapes used are at least 95% albana and the typologies envisaged are: Secco (Dry), Amabile (Semi-Sweet), Dolce (Sweet), Passito and Passito Riserva....

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Romagna Doc

This latest Doc label was introduced with the 2011 grape harvest and incorporates the previous Cagnina di Romagna, Pagadebit di Romagna, Romagna Albana Spumante, Sangiovese di Romagna and Trebbiano di Romagna Doc labels, which are now all considered typologies of the Romagna Doc label....

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