Dialect expression from the Italian Piedmont for a vineyard with a particularly the midday sun facing hillside first quality. There are even more differentiated terms such as "Sori de mattino" (morning, to the southeast) and "Sori de sera" (evening, southwest). This designation was on a label first time from the winemaker Angelo Gaja Used in 1967 in the form "Barbaresco Sori San Lorenzo". In the meantime, the term is often used, for example, for layers or for wines pressed there in the DOC zones Barbaresco. Barolo and Dolcetto di Diano d'Alba, Sori corresponds most closely to the French Grand Cru, Further names for qualitatively outstanding surfaces are Bricco. Colli. Ronco. Serra and Vigna, A list of wing-relevant keywords is under vineyards contain.