DOC area for red wine in the Italian region Lombardy
, It is one of the oldest, because the classification was issued in 1968. The zone covers 48 hectares of vines in the three municipalities of Brescia, Botticino and Rezzato in the province of Brescia. The wine is made from Barbera (30%), Berzamino Marzemino
(to 20%), Schiava Gentile
and or Schiava Grigia
(10%), Sangiovese (10%), and other approved varieties (max. 10%) blended. There is also a longer matured one Riserva
, If the grapes come from classified vineyards, can Vigna
followed by the location name.