DOC range for red wines (only from 2011) and white wines (until 2010 under the DOC Bianco della Valdinievole) in the Italian region Tuscany
, The area includes Buggiano, Chiesina Uzzanese, Lamporecchio, Larciano, Marliana, Massa e Cozzile, Monsummano Terme, Montecatini Terme, Pescia, Pieve a Nievole, Ponte Buggianese and Uzzano in the province of Pistoia.
(also as Superiore
) will be out Trebbiano Toscano
(about 70%) and other approved varieties (up to 30%). The Rosso
(also called Superiore without white varieties) is made up of at least 35% Sangiovese
and at least 20% Canaiolo Nero
together at least 70%, as well as other approved varieties (max 30%, of which max 10% white) blended. The Sangiovese
must from at least 85% of this variety, as well as max. 15% of other varieties (of which max 5% are white).
Of the Vin Santo
(in secco or dolce) must from partially dried grapes of at least 70% Trebbiano Toscano, and max. 30% of other varieties are pressed. For the red wines is the special Tuscan winemaking technique Governo
allowed. If the grapes come from classified vineyards, can Vigna
followed by the layer name.