DOCG area (also Friularo di Bagnoli) for red wines in the Italian region Veneto
, The former in the DOC area Bagnoli di Sopra
contained wine type was highly classified in 2011. The area includes completely the municipalities of Agna, Arre, Bagnoli di Sopra, Battaglia Terme, Bovolenta, Candiana, Cartura, Conselve, Due Carrare, Monselice, Pernumia, San Pietro Viminario, Terrassa Padovana and Tribano in the province of Padova. The Classico area
includes the eponymous municipality Bagnoli di Sopra. If the grapes come from classified vineyards, can Vigna
followed by the name of the label on the bottle label.
The wine is from the local variety Raboso Piave
(about 90%) and other approved varieties (up to 10%). For this purpose, dried grapes must be used, which may make up a maximum of 50% of the harvest. The grapes for the Vendemmia tardiva ( late vintage
) may not be used until after 11 November ( Martini
) and must account for at least 60% of the harvest. In addition to the Bagnoli Friularo, there is a Bagnoli Friularo Classico, Bagnoli Friularo by origin and type of wine Riserva
, Bagnoli Friularo Classico Riserva, Bagnoli Friularo Vendemmia tardiva, Bagnoli Friularo Classico Vendemmia tardiva, Bagnoli Friularo Passito
and Bagnoli Friularo Classico Passito.