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Colli di Conegliano

DOCG area for white wines and red wines in the Italian region of Veneto. The classification was made from the 2012 vintage onwards and covers the municipalities of Cappella Maggiore, Cison di Valmarino, Colle Umberto, Conegliano, Cordignano, Farra di Soligo, Follina, Fregona, Miane, Pieve di Soligo, Refrontolo, Revine Lago, San Fior, San Pietro di Feletto, Sarmede, San Vendemiano, Susegana, Tarzo, Vidor and Vittorio Veneto in the province of Treviso. The appellation Colli di Conegliano Torchiato di Fregona applies to wines from areas of Fregona, Sarmede and Cappella Maggiore. The designation Colli di Conegliano Refrontolo applies to wines from areas of Refrontolo, Pieve di Soligo and San Pietro di Feletto. There are the following four types of wine:

The white wine Colli di Conegliano is blended from Incrocio Manzoni 6.0.13 = Manzoni Bianco (30%), Pinot Bianco = Pinot Blanc and/or Chardonnay (30%), Sauvignon = Sauvignon Blanc and/or Riesling Renano = Riesling (max. 10%)

The white wine Colli di Conegliano Torchiato di Fregona is produced from Glera (30%), Verdiso (20%), Boschero = Verdicchio Bianco (25%), and and. Varieties (max. 15%)

The red wine Colli di Conegliano Rosso is produced from Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Marzemino and Merlot (each at 10%, max. 40%), Incrocio Manzoni 2.15 and/or Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso (max. 20%). There is also a longer matured Riserva

The red wine Colli di Conegliano Refrontolo is made from at least 95% Marzemino. This is also available as Passito, which can also be called Colli di Conegliano Passito di Varallo.

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