DOCG Wines

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DOCG Wines refers to Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin: the highest classification for Italian wines, used since 1963. It is a quality-guarantee mark, which serves to ensure that a wine follows certain production rules. The strict rules for the production of DOCG wines concern: the type of grapes used in production, a restricted production area, yield limits per hectare, ripeness of the grapes, vinification procedures, and aging rules. There are 78 DOCG-certified wines in Italy. Discover the DOCG wines of Tuscany, Sardinia, Emilia Romagna, and Piedmont.