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Caldaro (I)

DOC area (also Kalterer, ital. Caldaro or also Lago di Caldaro) for red wine in the Italian region Trentino-Alto Adige, The largest part lies in the northern region area South-Tirol (Alto Aldige), however, some communities also belong to the southern area Trentino to.

The area includes the lying around the Lake Caldaro Andriano / Andriano, Appiano / Appiano, Bronzolo / Branzoll, Caldaro / Kaltern, Cortaccia / Cortaccia / Egna / Neumarkt, Magre 'all'Adige / Margreid, Montagna / Montan, Nalles / Nals, Ora / Auer, Termeno / Tramin and Vedena / Pfatten in the province Bolzano / Bolzena in South Tyrol, as well as Cembra, Faedo, Giovo, Lavis, Lisignago, Mezzocorona, Rovere 'della Luna and San Michele all'Adige (with famous viticulture institute) in the province Trento (Trento) in the Trentino. The historical area Classico or classical cultivation zone includes Appiano / Appiano, Bronzolo / Branzoll, Caldaro / Caldaro, Cortaccia / Cortaccia / Cortina / Cortaccia / Egna / Neumarkt, Montagna / Montan, Ora / Ora, Termeno / Tramin and Vedena / Pfatten (Province of Bolzano / Bolzano) ,

The wine is going out Schiava Grossa and or Schiava Gentile and Schiava Grigia (to 85%), as well Lagrein and / or Pinot Nero logo CNRS logo INIST Pinot Noir (max 15%) blended. With higher alcohol content of 11.5% vol he can Scelto ( choice ) call. Wines from the historic area may be called Classico or Classic growing zone on the label lead. Both have a longer matured one Superiore,

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