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List of Italian 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.

Glossary

annoso:aged
bianco:white
frizzante:semi-sparkling
liquoroso:liqueur-like
normale:normal, standard
novello: a wine made to be sold very young; c.f. the French nouveau, as in Beaujolais nouveau
passito:a rich dessert wine, where the grapes (often Moscato) are left to dry before being pressed, thus increasing the sugar content of the must
riserva:reserve: a higher quality version of the wine, often with a greater alcoholic content and a protracted period of ageing
rosato:rosé
rosso:red
spumante:fully sparkling
spumante metodo classico:a sparkling wine produced in a manner similar to the Méthode Champenoise
spumante naturale: again a wine in which the bubbles are a result of fermentation, rather than added carbon dioxide
superiore:superior; may indicate a grade between the standard wine and the riserva, or may indicate a more restricted sub-region of the apellation
tranquillo:calm, tranquil; i.e. still rather than sparkling
vendemmia: grape harvest
vendemmia tardiva: late harvest
vivace:lively; i.e. somewhat sparkling, but less so than frizzante


Abruzzo



Basilicata



Calabria



Campania

  • Aglianico del Taburno (Rosato; Rosso also as Riserva) produced in the province of Benevento
  • Aversa Asprinio (Bianco also in the specific style Spumante and with the possibility of specifying that it is the product of vines trained over trees alberata aversana) produced in the provinces of Caserta and Napoli
  • Campi Flegrei (Bianco; Rosso in the specific styles normale, Novello and Passito); with specific grape variety: Falanghina (Bianco in the specific styles normale and Spumante), Piedirosso or "Per' e Palummo" (Rosso in the specific styles normale, Riserva, Novello and Passito); produced in the province of Napoli
  • Capri (Bianco; Rosso) produced in the province of Napoli
  • Castel San Lorenzo (Bianco; Rosato; Rosso); with specific grape variety: Barbera (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Moscato (Bianco in the specific styles normale, Lambiccato and Spumante); produced in the province of Salerno
  • Cilento (Bianco; Rosato; Rosso); with specific grape variety: Aglianico (Rosso); produced in the province of Salerno
  • Costa d'Amalfi (Bianco; Rosato; Rosso) produced in the province of Salerno; one of the following more limited geographical areas may be specified:
    • Furore (Bianco; Rosato; Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva)
    • Ravello (Bianco; Rosato; Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva)
    • Tramonti (Bianco; Rosato; Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva)
  • Falerno del Massico (Bianco; Rosso also as Riserva); with specific grape variety: Primitivo (Rosso also as Riserva or Vecchio); produced in the province of Caserta
  • Galluccio (Bianco also as Riserva; Rosato also as Riserva; Rosso also as Riserva) produced in the province of Caserta
  • Guardiolo or Guardia Sanframondi (Bianco also in the specific style(s) Spumante; Rosato; Rosso also in the specific style(s) Novello and as Riserva); with specific grape variety: Falanghina (Bianco); Aglianico (Rosso also as Riserva); produced in the province of Benevento
  • Ischia (Bianco in the specific styles normale, Superiore and Spumante; Rosso); with specific grape variety: Forastera (Bianco); Biancolella (Bianco); Piedirosso or "Per' e Palummo" (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Passito); produced in the province of Napoli
  • Penisola Sorrentina (Bianco; Rosso in the specific styles normale and Frizzante Naturale) produced in the province of Napoli; one of the following more limited geographical areas may be specified:
    • Sorrento (Bianco; Rosso)
    • Gragnano (Rosso Frizzante Naturale)
    • Lettere (Rosso Frizzante Naturale)
  • Sannio (Bianco also in the specific styles Frizzante and Spumante metodo classico; Rosato also in the specific style(s) Frizzante; Rosso and in the specific styles Frizzante and Novello); with specific grape variety: Aglianico (Rosso and in the specific styles Spumante and Passito); Barbera (Rosso and in the specific styles Spumante and Passito); Coda di Volpe (Bianco and in the specific styles Spumante and Passito); Falanghina (Bianco and in the specific styles Spumante and Passito); Fiano (Bianco also in the specific style(s) Spumante); Greco (Bianco and in the specific styles Spumante and Passito); Moscato (Bianco and in the specific styles Spumante and Passito); Piedirosso or Per' e Palummo (Rosso and in the specific styles Spumante and Passito); Sciascinoso (Rosso and in the specific styles Spumante and Passito); produced in the province of Benevento
  • Sant'Agata de' Goti or Sant'Agata dei Goti (Bianco; Rosato; Rosso); with specific grape variety: Falanghina (Bianco also in the specific style(s) Passito); Greco (Bianco); Aglianico (Rosso also as Riserva); Piedirosso (Rosso also as Riserva); produced in the province of Benevento
  • Solopaca (Bianco anche con la specificazione Classico also in the specific style(s) Spumante; Rosato; Rosso also with the specification Classico; Rosso superiore; Riserva also with the specification Riserva Classico); with specific grape variety: Falanghina (Bianco); Aglianico (Rosso) produced in the province of Benevento
  • Taburno (Bianco also in the specific style(s) Spumante; Rosato; Rosso also in the specific style(s) Novello); with specific grape variety: Coda di Volpe (Bianco); Falanghina (Bianco); Greco (Bianco); Piedirosso (Rosso); produced in the province of Benevento
  • Vesuvio (Bianco; Rosato; Rosso) and Lacryma Christi or Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio (Bianco as normale, Spumante Naturale and Liquoroso; Rosato; Rosso)


Emilia-Romagna

  • Bosco Eliceo (Bianco in the specific styles normale and Frizzante); with specific grape variety: Sauvignon (Bianco in the specific styles normale and Frizzante); Fortana (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Frizzante); Merlot (Rosso) produced in the provinces of Ferrara and Ravenna
  • Cagnina di Romagna (Rosso) produced in the provinces of Forlì and Ravenna
  • Colli Bolognesi (Bianco in the specific styles Tranquillo, Vivace and Frizzante); with specific grape variety: Barbera (Rosso in the specific styles Tranquillo, Vivace, Frizzante and Riserva); Cabernet Sauvignon (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Chardonnay (Bianco in the specific styles Tranquillo, Vivace, Frizzante and Spumante); Merlot (Rosso); Pignoletto (Bianco in the specific styles Tranquillo, Vivace, Frizzante, Spumante and Superiore); Pinot Bianco (Bianco in the specific styles Tranquillo, Vivace, Frizzante and Spumante); Riesling Italico (Bianco in the specific styles Tranquillo, Vivace and Frizzante); Sauvignon (Bianco in the specific styles Tranquillo, Vivace, Frizzante and Superiore); produced in the provinces of Bologna and Modena. one of the following more limited geographical areas may be specified:
    • Colline di Oliveto with specified grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Chardonnay (in the specific styles normale and Spumante); Pignoletto (Bianco in the specific styles normale, Passito and Frizzante); Sauvignon (Bianco); produced in the province of Bologna
    • Colline di Riosto, with specified grape variety: Barbera (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Cabernet Sauvignon (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Pignoletto (Bianco in the specific styles normale and Frizzante); Sauvignon (Bianco); produced in the province of Bologna
    • Colline Marconiane with specified grape variety: Barbera (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Cabernet Sauvignon (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Pignoletto (Bianco in the specific styles normale, Passito and Spumante); Sauvignon (Bianco); produced in the province of Bologna
    • Monte San Pietro with specified grape variety: Barbera (Rosso); Cabernet Sauvignon (Rosso); Pignoletto (Bianco); Pinot Bianco (Bianco); Sauvignon (Bianco); produced in the province of Bologna
    • Serravalle with specified grape variety: Barbera (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Cabernet Sauvignon (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Pignoletto (Bianco); Sauvignon (Bianco); produced in the province of Bologna
    • Terre di Montebudello with specified grape variety: Barbera (Rosso Riserva); Cabernet Sauvignon (Rosso Riserva); Pignoletto (Bianco in the specific styles normale, Superiore and Spumante); Sauvignon (Bianco in the specific styles normale and Superiore); produced in the provinces of Bologna and Modena
    • Zola Predosa with specified grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon (Rosso); Chardonnay (Bianco); Merlot (Rosso); Pignoletto (Bianco); Sauvignon (Bianco); produced in the province of Bologna
  • Colli Bolognesi Classico Pignoletto (Bianco) produced in the province of Bologna
  • Colli di Faenza (Bianco; Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); with specific grape variety: Pinot Bianco (Bianco); Trebbiano (Bianco); Sangiovese (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); produced in the provinces of Forlì and Ravenna
  • Colli di Imola (Bianco in the specific styles normale, Superiore and Frizzante; Rosso in the specific styles normale, Riserva and Novello); con indicazione del vitigno; Barbera (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Frizzante); Cabernet Sauvignon (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Chardonnay (Bianco); Pignoletto (Bianco); Sangiovese (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); Trebbiano or Trebbiano Romagnolo (Bianco); 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 produced in the province of Reggio Emilia
  • Colli Piacentini produced in the province of Piacenza: Gutturnio (Rosso); Bonarda (Rosso); Ortrugo (Bianco)
  • 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



Lazio



Liguria

  • Cinque Terre (Bianco) produced in the province of La Spezia; one of the following more limited geographical areas may be specified:
  • Cinque Terre Sciacchetrà (Bianco in the specific styles normale and Riserva) produced in the province of La Spezia
  • Colli di Luni (Bianco; Rosso in the specific styles normale and Riserva); with specific grape variety: Vermentino (Bianco); an inter-regional DOC produced in the provinces of La Spezia (Liguria) and of Massa-Carrara (Toscana)
  • Colline di Levanto (Bianco; Rosso in the specific styles normale and Novello) produced in the province of La Spezia
  • Golfo del Tigullio (Bianco in the specific styles normale, Spumante, Frizzante and Passito; Rosato in the specific styles normale and Frizzante; Rosso in the specific styles normale, Frizzante and Novello); with specific grape variety: Bianchetta Genovese (Bianco); Moscato (Bianco in the specific styles normale and Passito); Vermentino (Bianco); Ciliegiolo (Rosso); produced in the province of Genova
  • Riviera Ligure di Ponente (Bianco; Rosso); with specific grape variety: Pigato (Bianco), Rossese (Rosso), Vermentino (Bianco); for those wines only which specify the variety of grape, one of the following more limited geographical areas may be specified:
  • Rossese di Dolceacqua or Dolceacqua
  • Val Polcevera (Bianco in the specific styles normale, Spumante, Frizzante and Passito; Rosato in the specific styles normale and Frizzante; Rosso in the specific styles normale, Frizzante and Novello); with specific grape variety: Bianchetta Genovese (Bianco in the specific styles normale and Frizzante); Vermentino (Bianco in the specific styles normale and Frizzante); produced in the province of Genova; con l'eventuale indicazione della sottozona
  • Pornassio or Ormeasco di Pornassio


Lombardia



Marche



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



Puglia



Sardegna



Sicilia



Toscana



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.

Trentino

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


Umbria



Valle d'Aosta

  • Valle d'Aosta or Vallée d'Aoste (Bianco or Blanc in the specific styles normale and Vendemmia Tardiva or Vendange Tardive); Rosato or Rosé; Rosso or Rouge in the specific styles normale and Novello or Nouveau); with specific grape variety: Chardonnay (Bianco or Blanc in the specific styles normale and Vendemmia Tardiva or Vendange Tardive); Cornalin (Rosso); Fumin (Rosso); Gamay (Rosso); Mayolet (Rosso); Merlot (Rosso); Müller Thurgau (Bianco or Blanc in the specific styles normale and Vendemmia Tardiva or Vendange Tardive); Nebbiolo (Rosso); Petit Arvine (Bianco or Blanc in the specific styles normale and Vendemmia Tardiva or Vendange Tardive), Petit Rouge (Rosso); Pinot Bianco or Pinot Blanc (Bianco or Blanc in the specific styles normale and Vendemmia Tardiva or Vendange Tardive); Pinot Grigio or Pinot Gris (Bianco or Blanc in the specific styles normale and Vendemmia Tardiva or Vendange Tardive), Pinot Nero or Pinot Noir (Bianco; Rosso), Prëmetta (Rosso); Syrah (Rosso); Torrette (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Superiore or Supérieur); one of the following more limited geographical areas may be specified:
    • Arnad Montjovet (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Superiore or Supérieur)
    • Blanc de Morgex et de la Selle (Bianco in the specific styles normale, Spumante and Vendemmia Tardiva or Vendange Tardive)
    • Chambave (Bianco in the specific styles Moscato or Muscat and Moscato Passito or Muscat Flétri; Rosso in the specific styles normale and Superiore or Supérieur)
    • Donnas (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Superiore or Supérieur)
    • Enfer d'Arvier (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Superiore or Supérieur)
    • Nus (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Superiore or Supérieur) and Nus Malvoisie (Bianco in the specific styles normale and Passito or Flétri
    • Torrette (Rosso in the specific styles normale and Superiore)


Veneto

  • Arcole produced in the provinces of Verona and Vicenza
  • Bagnoli di Sopra or Bagnoli 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 or Lessini produced in the province of Vicenza
  • Piave or Vini del Piave produced in the provinces of Treviso and Venezia
  • Prosecco, as Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene, Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene or Prosecco di Valdobbiadene, produced in the province of Trevisomarker
  • Riviera del Brenta 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 (normale, classico) produced in the province of Vicenza


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