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Roma

DOC area for red wines, rosé wines and white wines in the Italian region of Lazio. It was introduced in 2011. The zone includes in its entirety the municipalities of Affile, Albano Laziale, Allumiere, Anguillara Sabazia, Anzio, Arcinazzo Romano, Ardea, Ariccia, Bracciano, Campagnano di Roma, Canale Monterano, Capena, Castel Gandolfo, Castelnuovo di Porto, Cave, Cerveteri, Ciampino, Civitavecchia, Colonna, Fiano Romano, Fonte Nuova, Formello, Frascati, Gallicano nel Lazio, Genazzano, Genzano di Roma, Grottaferrata, Guidonia Montecelio, Ladispoli, Lanuvio, Lariano, Manziana, Marcellina, Marino, Mentana, Monte Compatri, Monte Porzio Catone, Montelibretti, Monterotondo, Montorio Romano, Moricone, Morlupo, Nemi, Nerola, Nettuno, Olevano Romano, Palestrina, Palombara Sabina, Pomezia, Rocca di Papa, Rocca Priora, Roiate, San Cesareo, San Polo dei Cavalieri, San Vito Romano, Santa Marinella, Sant'Angelo Romano, Tolfa, Trevignano Romano, Velletri and Zagarolo, as well as parts of Artena, Fiumicino and Roma in the province of Roma. The Classico area includes a sub-area of the municipality of Rome. This additional designation is possible for all wines, excluding Spumante.

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