DOCG area (also Dolcetto d'Ovada Superiore or Ovada) for red wine in the Italian region Piedmont, The former in the DOC area Dolcetto di Ovada contained wine was highly classified in 2008. The zone covers 35 hectares of vineyards on both sides of the Orba Valley in the province of Alessandria with the communities Belforte Monferrato, Bosio, Capriata d'Orba, Carpeneto, Casaleggio Boiro, Cassinelle, Castelletto d'Orba, Cremolino, Lerma, Molare, Montaldeo, Montaldo Bormida, Morsasco, Mornese, Ovada, Parodi Ligure, Prasco, Roccagrimalda, San Cristoforo, Silvano d 'Orba, Tagliolo Monferrato and Trisobbio. If the grapes come from classified vineyards, can Vigna followed by the name of the layer on label be specified.
The wine is 100% sorted Dolcetto vinified. He must mature at least 12 months and at least 12.5% vol, with a location 13% vol alcohol content and ripen for 20 months. There are also the types of wine Riserva (24 months and 12.5%), Vigna (20 months and 13%) and Vigna Riserva (24 months and 13%).