IGT means "Typical Geographical Indication" is a step below DOC. In fact, they have less strict production regulations, thanks to which producers are able to experiment and produce wines of great character and quality. IGT wines, if they choose to take the name of a grape, must have a minimum of 85% of grapes belonging to the area of origin. On the label, in addition to the bottling company, may appear the territory of origin, the grape varieties, the colour, and the vintage. In Italy, we have 118 areas of IGT denomination. Discover the IGT wines of Tuscany, Sardinia, Emilia Romagna, and Piedmont.