DOCG range for white wine at the border of two Italian regions Veneto
and Friuli-Venezia Giulia
, The classification took place in 2011, until then the wine was in the area identical DOC area Lison-Pramaggiore
contain. It stretches from the Adriatic coast in the south between the Tagliamento and Livenza rivers to the Friuli Venezia Giulia region in the north. Viticulture dates back to Roman times and was founded in the 10th century by the Order of the Benedictine
rationalized. The temperate climate
is characterized by cool, dry north winds (Bora) and hot, humid southeast winds (Scirocco).
The area includes in Veneto
the municipalities of Annone Veneto, Cinto Caomaggiore, Gruaro, Fossalta di Portogruaro, Pramaggiore and Teglio Veneto, parts of Caorle, Concordia Sagittaria, Portogruaro, San Michele al Tagliamento and Santo Stino di Livenza in the province of Venezia
, and Meduna di Livenza and parts of Motta di Livenza in the province of Treviso
. In Friuli Venezia Giulia
these are the municipalities of Chions, Cordovado and Pravisdomini, as well as parts of Azzano Decimo, Morsano al Tagliamento and Sesto al Reghena in the province of Pordenone
There is also a fully Venetian area Lison Classico
, which includes the municipalities of Pradipozzo and Summaga (Portogruaro), Belfiore, Blessaglia and Salvarolo (Pramaggiore), Carline and Loncon (Annone Veneto), as well as parts of Cinto Caomaggiore and Santo Stino di Livenza , The wine must be at least 85% Friulano (Friuli Venezia Giulia) or Tai (Veneto) - both are synonyms for the variety Sauvignonasse
- contain up to a maximum of 15% other authorized varieties may be used. Of the alcohol content
must be at least 12% vol.