Sabina (region)


Sabina (region)
Sabina: general view of Norcia
For the Roman Catholic Saint, see at the Basilica of Santa Sabina, and for Hadrian's wife, see Vibia Sabina.

Sabina, the region in the Sabine Hills of Latium named for the Sabines, is the ancient territory that today is still identified mainly with the North-Eastern Province of Rome and the Province of Rieti, Lazio.


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History

In the Augustan division of Italy, it was included in the region IV Samnium, in Diocletian's 3rd-century redistricting, it was part of Italia suburbicaria, which was directly governed from Rome, assigned to the subdivision Valeria. With the arrival of the Lombards, the territory of Sabina was at times incorporated into the Duchy of Spoleto in the Early Middle Ages and at times formed part of the Duchy of Rome. With the rise of the Papal States, Sabina was governed directly by the pontificate or indirectly, by the counts of Sabina, a title of the noble Crescentii family in the 10th and 11th centuries.

PDO Sabina extra virgin olive oil

Extra virgin olive oil Sabina is, chronologically speaking, the first Italian Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) oil to gain the certification from the European Community, the production of olives and oil is a millennial tradition in Sabine.

Colli della Sabina DOC

In 1996, the Italian government designated plantings around the Sabine Hills as a DOC wine region eligible to produce red, white and rose wine as well as some sweet sparkling wine from white grape varieties. The grapes are limited to a harvest yields of 12 tonnes/ha. Red and rose wines are a blend of mostly 40–70% Sangiovese, 15–40% Montepulciano with other local varieties permitted up to 30%. The white wines are a blend of at least 40% Trebbiano and at least 40% Malvasia with other local grape varieties permitted to make up to 20% of the remaining blend. Red and rose wines must have a minimum alcohol level of 11% with whites having an minimum of 10.5%.[1]

Suburbicarian bishopric

See also suburbicarian diocese.

Sabina has been the seat of a Catholic bishopric since the 6th century, though the earliest names in the list of bishops may be apocryphal.

The official papal province of Sabina was established under Pope Paul V in 1605. The Cardinal Bishop of Sabina is one of the six suburbican tituli (not counting Ostia) of the College of Cardinals which carry the rank of Cardinal Bishop.

Since 1925 the Cardinal Titular Church of Sabina has been joined to that of Poggio Mirteto, and officially named Sabina e Poggio Mirteto, since 1986 Sabina–Poggio Mirteto. The current (since 2000) Cardinal Bishop of Sabina-Poggio Mirteto is Giovanni Battista Re.

See also

References

  1. ^ P. Saunders. Wine Label Language. Firefly Books, 2004, pg 150. ISBN 1552977200.

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