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Bagnoli Friularo

DOCG area (also Friularo di Bagnoli) for red wines in the Italian Veneto region. The type of wine formerly included in the Bagnoli di Sopra DOC area was highly classified in 2011. The zone completely covers the municipalities of Agna, Arre, Bagnoli di Sopra, Battaglia Terme, Bovolenta, Candiana, Cartura, Conselve, Due Carrare, Monselice, Pernumia, San Pietro Viminario, Terrassa Padovana ubd Tribano in the province of Padova. The Classico area includes the eponymous municipality of Bagnoli di Sopra. If the grapes come from classified vineyards, Vigna followed by the name of the vineyard can be indicated on the bottle label

The wine is made from the local variety Raboso Piave (zum. 90%) and other authorised varieties (max. 10%). Dried grapes must be used for this purpose, which must not account for more than 50% of the harvest. The grapes for the Vendemmia tardiva(late harvest) may only be harvested after 11th November(Martini) and must represent at least 60% of the harvest. In addition to the Bagnoli Friularo there are, according to origin and wine type, Bagnoli Friularo Classico, Bagnoli Friularo Riserva, Bagnoli Friularo Classico Riserva, Bagnoli Friularo Vendemmia tardiva, Bagnoli Friularo Classico Vendemmia tardiva, Bagnoli Friularo Passito and Bagnoli Friularo Classico Passito.

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