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The abbreviation 'Denominación de Origen Calificada', the former name in Spain for quality wines produced in specified regions of controlled and guaranteed origin, raised to the level of the DO (Denominación de Origen). They were replaced by DOP with the EU wine market regulation valid from August 2009. However, the old, traditional designations are still additionally permitted. See also under quality system.

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