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Italian name (also Vigneto) for vineyard. But this will also be for subzone, Single Location, Vineyard plot or plant used. Some wineries also propose Vigna or Vigneto their estate name (see under Azienda vinicola ). Correspondingly, Vigna corresponds to the French Grand Cru, In Italy, it is used for wines from hilly vineyards. This will be on label with Vigna and layer designation. Compared to the normal DOC / DOCG regulations, there are usually even stricter requirements (higher alcohol content, lesser earnings Etc). Only those layers that are officially recognized may be named. Further names for qualitatively outstanding surfaces are Bricco. Colli. Ronco. Serra and Sori, A complete list of overburden relevant keywords is under vineyards contain.

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