The historical landscape between the Apennines and the Adriatic Sea is the eastern part of the Italian wine region Emilia-Romagna
, Important cities such as Cesena, Imola, Ravenna and Rimini as the center of bathing tourism are located here. From the 15th century there were constantly changing rulers and in 1859 Romagna even formed an independent state called the Cispadan Republic with the capital Bologna for six months.
In 2011, the comprehensive DOC area of the same name was created, including the wines of the five DOC areas Cagnina di Romagna
, Pagadebit di Romagna
, Sangiovese di Romagna
, Romagna Albana Spumante
and Trebbiano di Romagna that were closed as a result
. It is in the subzones Bertinoro, Brisighella, Castrocaro-Terra del Sola, Cesena, Longiano, Meldola, Modigliana, Marzeno, Oriolo, Predappio. Articulated San Vicinio and Serra. There are some differences in the product range for each subzone. The vineyards cover around 2,900 hectares of vineyards.
The Albana Spumante
must be at least 95% of the variety Albana
contain. The varietal wines
are made from at least 85% of the respective variety and a maximum of 15% of other approved varieties. The white wines
(all also as Frizzante
) are Pagadebit ( Bombino Bianco
), Pagadebit Bertinoro and Trebbiano ( Trebbiano Romagnolo
). The red wines
are Cagnina ( Terrano
) and Sangiovese
(also as Novello
). A Sangiovese (also called Riserva) with subsequent indication of the subzone such as B. Sangiovese Bertinoro
is produced in all subzones and must contain at least 95% of the variety originating from the subzone. If the grapes come from classified vineyards, can Vigna
followed by the location name. The Albana di Romagna
was classified as the first DOCG white wine in Italy in 1987.