List of Italian DOC wines


List of Italian DOC wines

List of Italian Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC) wines, in alphabetical order by region: the wine-making regions of Italy are equivalent to its twenty administrative regions, Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol (or just Trentino-Alto Adige), however, being subdivided into its two constituent parts.

Contents

Abruzzo

  • Controguerra produced in the province of Teramo
  • Montepulciano d'Abruzzo produced in the provinces of Chieti, L'Aquila, Pescara and Teramo
  • Trebbiano d'Abruzzo provinces of Chieti, L'Aquila, Pescara and Teramo

Basilicata

  • Aglianico del Vulture produced in the province of Potenza
  • Matera produced in the province of Matera
  • Terre dell'Alta Val d'Agri produced in the province of Potenza

Calabria

  • Bivongi produced in the provinces of Reggio Calabria and Catanzaro
  • Cirò produced in the province of Crotone
  • Donnici produced in the province of Cosenza
  • Greco di Bianco produced in the province of Reggio Calabria
  • Lamezia produced in the province of Catanzaro
  • Melissa produced in the province of Crotone
  • Pollino produced in the province of Cosenza
  • Sant'Anna di Isola Capo Rizzuto produced in the provinces of Crotone and Catanzaro
  • San Vito di Luzzi produced in the province of Cosenza
  • Savuto produced in the provinces of Cosenza and Catanzaro
  • Scavigna produced in the province of Catanzaro
  • Verbicaro produced in the province of Cosenza

Campania

  • Aglianico del Taburno produced in the province of Benevento
  • Aversa Asprinio produced in the provinces of Caserta and Napoli
  • Campi Flegrei produced in the province of Napoli
  • Capri produced in the province of Napoli
  • Castel San Lorenzo produced in the province of Salerno
  • Cilento produced in the province of Salerno
  • Costa d'Amalfi produced in the province of Salerno
  • Falerno del Massico produced in the province of Caserta
  • Galluccio produced in the province of Caserta
  • Guardiolo produced in the province of Benevento
  • Ischia produced in the province of Napoli
  • Penisola Sorrentina produced in the province of Napoli
  • Sannio produced in the province of Benevento
  • Sant'Agata dei Goti produced in the province of Benevento
  • Solopaca produced in the province of Benevento
  • Taburno produced in the province of Benevento
  • Vesuvio produced in the province of Napoli

Emilia-Romagna

  • Bosco Eliceo produced in the provinces of Ferrara and Ravenna
  • Cagnina di Romagna produced in the provinces of Forlì and Ravenna
  • Colli Bolognesi produced in the provinces of Bologna and Modena
  • Colli Bolognesi Classico Pignoletto produced in the province of Bologna
  • Colli di Faenza produced in the provinces of Forlì and Ravenna
  • Colli di Imola produced in the province of Bologna
  • Colli di Parma produced in the province of Parma
  • Colli di Rimini produced in the province of Rimini
  • Colli di Scandiano e di Canossa
  • Colli Piacentini produced in the province of Piacenza
  • Colli Romagna Centrale produced in the provinces of Ravenna and Forlì
  • Lambrusco di Sorbara produced in the province of Modena
  • Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro produced in the province of Modena
  • Lambrusco Salamino di Santacroce produced in the province of Modena
  • Pagadebit di Romagna produced in the provinces of Ravenna and Forlì
  • Reggiano produced in the province of Reggio Emilia
  • Reno produced in the provinces of Bologna and Modena
  • Romagna Albana Spumante (Bianco Spumante) produced in the provinces of Bologna, Forlì and Ravenna
  • Sangiovese di Romagna produced in the provinces of Bologna, Forlì and Ravenna
  • Trebbiano di Romagna produced in the provinces of Bologna, Forlì and Ravenna

Friuli-Venezia Giulia

  • Carso produced in the provinces of Gorizia and Trieste
  • Colli Orientali del Friuli produced in the province of Udine
  • Colli Orientali del Friuli Cialla produced in the province of Udine
  • Colli Orientali del Friuli Rosazzo produced in the province of Udine
  • Collio produced in the province of Gorizia
  • Friuli Annia produced in the province of Udine
  • Friuli Aquileia produced in the province of Udine
  • Friuli Grave produced in the provinces of Pordenone and Udine
  • Friuli Isonzo produced in the province of Gorizia
  • Friuli Latisana produced in the province of Udine
  • Lison Pramaggiore an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Pordenone (Friuli-Venezia Giulia) and Venezia and Treviso (Veneto)

Lazio

  • Aleatico di Gradoli produced in the province of Viterbo
  • Aprilia produced in the province of Latina
  • Atina produced in the province of Frosinone
  • Bianco Capena produced in the province of Roma
  • Castelli Romani produced in the province of Roma
  • Cerveteri produced in the provinces of Roma
  • Cesanese del Piglio or Piglio produced in the province of Frosinone
  • Cesanese di Affile produced in the province of Roma
  • Cesanese di Olevano Romano produced in the province of Roma
  • Circeo produced in the province of Latina
  • Colli Albani produced in the province of Roma
  • Colli della Sabina produced in the provinces of Rieti and Roma
  • Colli Etruschi Viterbesi produced in the province of Viterbo
  • Colli Lanuvini produced in the province of Roma
  • Cori produced in the province of Latina
  • Est! Est!! Est!!! di Montefiascone produced in the province of Viterbo
  • Frascati produced in the province of Roma
  • Genazzano produced in the provinces of Frosinone and Roma
  • Marino produced in the province of Roma
  • Montecompatri Colonna produced in the province of Roma
  • Nettuno produced in the province of Roma
  • Orvieto an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Viterbo (Lazio) and Terni (Umbria)
  • Tarquinia produced in the provinces of Roma and Viterbo
  • Velletri produced in the provinces of Latina and Roma
  • Vignanello produced in the province of Viterbo
  • Zagarolo produced in the province of Roma

Liguria

  • Cinque Terre
  • Cinque Terre Sciacchetrà produced in the province of La Spezia
  • Colli di Luni an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of La Spezia (Liguria) and of Massa-Carrara (Toscana)
  • Colline di Levanto produced in the province of La Spezia
  • Golfo del Tigullio produced in the province of Genova
  • Riviera Ligure di Ponente
  • Rossese di Dolceacqua
  • Val Polcevera produced in the province of Genova
  • Pornassio

Lombardia

  • Botticino produced in the province of Brescia
  • Capriano del Colle produced in the province of Brescia
  • Cellatica produced in the province of Brescia
  • Garda an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Brescia and Mantova (Lombardia) and Verona (Veneto)
  • Garda Colli Mantovani produced in the province of Mantova
  • Lambrusco Mantovano produced in the province of Mantova
  • Lugana an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Brescia (Lombardia) and Verona (Veneto)
  • Oltrepò Pavese produced in the province of Pavia
  • Riviera del Garda Bresciano produced in the province of Brescia
  • San Colombano al Lambro produced in the provinces of Lodi, Milano and Pavia
  • San Martino della Battaglia an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Brescia (Lombardia) and Verona (Veneto)
  • Scanzo produced in the province of Bergamo
  • Terre di Franciacorta produced in the province of Brescia
  • Valcalepio produced in the province of Bergamo
  • Valtellina Rosso produced in the province of Sondrio

Marche

  • Bianchello del Metauro produced in the province of Pesaro-Urbino
  • Colli Maceratesi produced in the province of Macerata
  • Colli Pesaresi produced in the province of Pesaro
  • Esino produced in the provinces of Ancona and Macerata
  • Falerio dei Colli Ascolani produced in the province of Ascoli Piceno
  • Lacrima di Morro d'Alba produced in the province of Ancona
  • Offida produced in the province of Ascoli Piceno
  • Rosso Conero produced in the province of Ancona
  • Rosso Piceno produced in the provinces of Ancona, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo and Macerata
  • Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi produced in the provinces of Ancona and Macerata
  • Verdicchio di Matelica produced in the provinces of Ancona and Macerata

Molise

  • Biferno produced in the province of Campobasso
  • Molise produced in the provinces of Campobasso and Isernia
  • Pentro di Isernia produced in the province of Isernia

Piemonte

  • Albugnano produced in the province of Asti
  • Alta Langa produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo
  • Barbera d'Alba produced in the province of Cuneo
  • Barbera d'Asti produced in the province of Asti
  • Barbera del Monferrato produced in the provinces of Alessandria and Asti
  • Boca produced in the province of Novara
  • Bramaterra produced in the provinces of Biella and Vercelli
  • Canavese produced in the provinces of Biella, Torino and Vercelli
  • Carema produced in the province of Torino
  • Cisterna d'Asti produced in the provinces of Asti and Cuneo
  • Colli Tortonesi produced in the province of Alessandria
  • Collina Torinese produced in the province of Torino
  • Colline Novaresi produced in the province of Novara
  • Colline Saluzzesi produced in the province of Cuneo
  • Cortese dell'Alto Monferrato produced in the provinces of Alessandria and Asti
  • Coste della Sesia produced in the provinces of Biella and Vercelli
  • Dolcetto d'Acqui produced in the province of Alessandria
  • Dolcetto d'Alba produced in the province of Cuneo
  • Dolcetto d'Asti produced in the province of Asti
  • Dolcetto delle Langhe Monregalesi produced in the province of Cuneo
  • Dolcetto di Diano d'Alba produced in the province of Cuneo
  • Dolcetto di Dogliani produced in the province of Cuneo
  • Dolcetto di Ovada produced in the province of Alessandria
  • Erbaluce di Caluso produced in the provinces of Biella, Torino and Vercelli
  • Fara produced in the province of Novara
  • Freisa d'Asti produced in the province of Asti
  • Freisa di Chieri produced in the province of Torino
  • Gabiano produced in the province of Alessandria
  • Grignolino d'Asti produced in the province of Asti
  • Grignolino del Monferrato Casalese produced in the province of Alessandria
  • Langhe produced in the province of Cuneo
  • Lessona produced in the province of Biella
  • Loazzolo produced in the province of Asti
  • Malvasia di Casorzo d'Asti produced in the provinces of Alessandria and Asti
  • Malvasia di Castelnuovo Don Bosco produced in the provinces of Alessandria and Asti
  • Monferrato produced in the provinces of Alessandria and Asti
  • Nebbiolo d'Alba produced in the province of Cuneo
  • Piemonte produced in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo
  • Pinerolese produced in the provinces of Cuneo and Torino
  • Rubino di Cantavenna produced in the province of Alessandria
  • Ruché di Castagnole Monferrato produced in the province of Asti
  • Sizzano produced in the province of Novara
  • Valsusa produced in the province of Torino
  • Verduno Pelaverga produced in the province of Cuneo

Puglia

  • Aleatico di Puglia produced throughout the region
  • Alezio produced in the province of Lecce
  • Brindisi produced in the province of Brindisi
  • Cacc'e mmitte di Lucera produced in the province of Foggia
  • Castel del Monte produced in the province of Bari
  • Copertino produced in the province of Lecce
  • Galatina produced in the province of Lecce
  • Gioia del Colle produced in the province of Bari
  • Gravina produced in the province of Bari
  • Leverano produced in the province of Lecce
  • Lizzano produced in the province of Taranto
  • Locorotondo produced in the provinces of Bari and Brindisi
  • Martina produced in the provinces of Bari, Brindisi and Taranto
  • Matino produced in the province of Lecce
  • Moscato di Trani produced in the provinces of Bari and Foggia
  • Nardò produced in the province of Lecce
  • Orta Nova produced in the province of Foggia
  • Ostuni produced in the province of Brindisi
  • Primitivo produced in the provinces of Brindisi and Taranto
  • Rosso Barletta produced in the provinces of Bari and Foggia
  • Rosso Canosa produced in the province of Bari
  • Rosso di Cerignola produced in the province of Bari
  • Salice Salentino produced in the provinces of Brindisi and Lecce
  • San Severo, produced in the province of Foggia
  • Squinzano produced in the provinces of Brindisi and Lecce

Sardegna

  • Alghero produced in the province of Sassari
  • Arborea produced in the province of Oristano
  • Campidano di Terralba produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano
  • Cannonau di Sardegna produced throughout the region
  • Carignano del Sulcis produced in the province of Cagliari
  • Girò di Cagliari produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano
  • Malvasia di Bosa produced in the province of Nuoro
  • Malvasia di Cagliari produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano
  • Mandrolisai produced in the provinces of Nuoro and Oristano
  • Monica di Cagliari produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano
  • Monica di Sardegna produced throughout the region
  • Moscato di Cagliari produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano
  • Moscato di Sardegna produced throughout the region
  • Moscato di Sorso Sennoriproduced in the province of Sassari
  • Nasco di Cagliari produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano
  • Nuragus di Cagliari produced in the provinces of Cagliari, Nuoro and Oristano
  • Sardegna Semidano produced throughout the region
  • Vermentino di Sardegna produced throughout the region
  • Vernaccia di Oristano produced in the province of Oristano

Sicilia

  • Alcamo produced in the provinces of Palermo and Trapani
  • Contea di Sclafani produced in the provinces of Agrigento, Caltanissetta and Palermo
  • Contessa Entellina produced in the province of Palermo
  • Delia Nivolelli Nero d'Avola produced in the province of Trapani
  • Eloro produced in the provinces of Ragusa and Siracusa
  • Erice produced in the province of Trapani
  • Etna produced in the province of Catania
  • Faro produced in the province of Messina
  • Malvasia delle Lipari produced in the province of Messina
  • Mamertino di Milazzo produced in the province of Messina
  • Marsala produced in the province of Trapani
  • Menfi produced in the provinces of Agrigento and Trapani
  • Monreale produced in the province of Palermo
  • Moscato di Noto Naturale produced in the province of Agrigento
  • Moscato di Pantelleria produced in the province of Trapani
  • Moscato di Siracusa produced in the province of Siracusa
  • Riesi produced in the province of Caltanissetta
  • Salaparuta produced within the communal territory of Salaparuta in the province of Trapani
  • Sambuca di Sicilia produced in the province of Agrigento
  • Santa Margherita di Belice produced in the province of Agrigento
  • Sciacca produced in the province of Agrigento

Toscana

  • Ansonica Costa dell'Argentario produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Barco Reale di Carmignano produced in the provinces of Firenze and Prato
  • Bianco della Valdinievole produced in the province of Pistoia
  • Bianco dell'Empolese produced in the provinces of Firenze and Pistoia
  • Bianco di Pitigliano produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Bianco Pisano di San Torpè produced in the province of Pisa
  • Bianco Vergine della Valdichiana produced in the provinces of Arezzo and Siena
  • Bolgheri produced in the province of Livorno
  • Candia dei Colli Apuani produced in the province of Massa-Carrara
  • Capalbio produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Colli dell'Etruria Centrale produced in the provinces of Arezzo, Firenze, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena
  • Colli di Luni an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Massa-Carrara (Toscana) and of La Spezia (Liguria)
  • Colline Lucchesi produced in the province of Lucca
  • Cortona produced in the province of Arezzo
  • Elba produced in the province of Livorno
  • Montecarlo produced in the province of Lucca
  • Montecucco produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Monteregio di Massa Marittima produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Montescudaio produced in the provinces of Livorno and Pisa
  • Morellino di Scansano produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Moscadello di Montalcino produced in the province of Siena
  • Orcia produced in the province of Siena
  • Parrina produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Pomino produced in the province of Firenze
  • Rosso di Montalcino produced in the province of Siena
  • Rosso di Montepulciano produced in the province of Siena
  • San Gimignano produced in the province of Siena
  • Sant'Antimo produced in the province of Siena
  • Sovana produced in the province of Grosseto
  • Val d'Arbia produced in the province of Siena
  • Val di Cornia produced in the provinces of Livorno and Pisa
  • Vin Santo del Chianti produced in the provinces of Arezzo, Firenze, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena
  • Vin Santo del Chianti Classico produced in the provinces of Firenze and Siena
  • Vin Santo di Montepulciano produced in the province of Siena

Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol

South Tyrol

Wines from South Tyrol have official designations in both the Italian and German languages. Labels typically use the German form.

  • Südtirol, or Südtiroler (Italian: Alto Adige) produced in South Tyrol
  • Kalterersee, or Kalterer) (Italian: Lago di Caldaro, or Caldaro) a DOC produced both in the provinces of South Tyrol and Trentino
  • Valdadige an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of South Tyrol, Trentino and Verona

Trentino

  • Casteller produced in the province of Trentino
  • Teroldego Rotaliano produced in the province of Trentino
  • Trentino produced in the province of Trentino
  • Trento a sparkling wine produced in the province of Trentino
  • Lago di Caldaro or Caldaro (German: Kalterersee or Kalterer) a DOC produced both in the provinces of South Tyrol and Trentino
  • Valdadige an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of South Tyrol, Trentino and Verona (Veneto)

Umbria

  • Assisi produced in the province of Perugia
  • Colli Altotiberini produced in the province of Perugia
  • Colli Amerini produced in the province of Terni
  • Colli del Trasimeno produced in the province of Perugia
  • Colli Martani produced in the province of Perugia
  • Lago di Corbara produced in the provinces of Perugia and Terni
  • Montefalco produced in the province of Perugia
  • Orvieto an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Terni (Umbria) and Viterbo (Lazio)
  • Rosso Orvietano produced in the province of Terni
  • Torgiano produced in the province of Perugia

Valle d'Aosta

Veneto

  • Arcole produced in the provinces of Verona and Vicenza
  • Bagnoli di Sopra produced in the province of Padova
  • Bardolino produced in the province of Verona
  • Bianco di Custoza produced in the province of Verona
  • Breganze produced in the province of Vicenza
  • Colli Berici produced in the province of Vicenza
  • Colli di Conegliano produced in the province of Treviso
  • Colli Euganei produced in the province of Padova
  • Corti Benedettine del Padovano produced in the provinces of Padova and Venezia
  • Gambellara produced in the province of Vicenza
  • Garda an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Verona (Veneto) and Brescia and Mantova (Lombardia)
  • Lison Pramaggiore an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Venezia and Treviso (Veneto) and Pordenone (Friuli-Venezia Giulia)
  • Lugana an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Verona (Veneto) and Brescia (Lombardia)
  • Merlara produced in the province of Padova
  • Montello e Colli Asolani produced in the province of Treviso
  • Monti Lessini produced in the province of Vicenza
  • Piave produced in the provinces of Treviso and Venezia
  • Prosecco produced in the province of Treviso
  • Riviera del Brenta DOC produced in the provinces of Padova and Venezia
  • San Martino della Battaglia an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Verona (Veneto) and Brescia (Lombardia)
  • Soave produced in the province of Verona
  • Valdadige an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of Verona (Veneto) and of Bolzano and Trento (Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol)
  • Valpolicella produced in the province of Verona
  • Vicenza produced in the province of Vicenza
  • Vin Santo di Gambellara produced in the province of Vicenza

See also

References


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • List of Italian IGT wines — A list of the Italian IGT ( Indicazione Geografica Tipica ) wines, in alphabetical order by region. Note that IGT wines are not produced in Piedmont or the Val’Aosta.Wines of the Abruzzo*Alto Tirino ( Bianco in the styles normale , Frizzante and… …   Wikipedia

  • List of Italian DOCG wines — A list of the 36 Italian DOCG ( Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita ) wines in alphabetical order by region. Note that not all of Italy’s twenty regions produce wines with the DOCG status.Abruzzo*Montepulciano d Abruzzo Colline… …   Wikipedia

  • Italian wine — is wine produced in Italy, a country which is home to some of the oldest wine producing regions in the world. Etruscans and Greek settlers produced wine in the country long before the Romans started developing their own vineyards in the second… …   Wikipedia

  • Italian cuisine — This article is part of the series …   Wikipedia

  • Toscana (wine) — Toscana wine is Italian wine from the Tuscany region. Located in central Italy along the Tyrrhenian coast, Tuscany is home to some of the world s most notable wine regions. Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano are… …   Wikipedia

  • Denominazione di origine controllata — ( Controlled designation of origin ) is a quality assurance label for food products, especially wines and various formaggi (Denominazione di Origine Protetta). It is modelled after the French AOC. It was instituted in 1963 and overhauled in 1992… …   Wikipedia

  • Piemonte (wine) — The Piedmont region. Piemonte wine is the range of Italian wines made in the province of Piedmont in the northwestern corner of Italy. The best known wines from the region include Barolo and Barbaresco. They are made from the Nebbiolo grape.… …   Wikipedia

  • Controguerra —   Comune   Comune di Controguerra …   Wikipedia

  • Biferno — View of the Biferno. The Biferno is a river of Molise, in southern Italy. Its source is in the comune of Bojano and during the first few kilometres of its course it receives the waters of numerous streams which flow from the Matese mountains. It… …   Wikipedia

  • Negroamaro — Grape (Vitis) Species Vitis vinifera Also called Nero Amaro, Abruzzese (more) Origin Italy Notable regions Puglia Negroamaro, also N …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.