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San Torpè

DOC area for rosé wine (only since 2011) and white wine (until 2010 under the DOC Bianco Pisano di San Torpè) in the Italian region of Tuscany. The zone includes the municipalities of Capannoli, Casciana Terme, Chianni, Crespina, Lari, Palaia, Ponsacco and Terricciola, sub-areas of the municipalities of Cascina, Fauglia, Lajatico, Lorenzana, Montopoli in Val d'Arno, Peccioli, Pontedera, San Miniato e Santa Luce in the province of Pisa, and Collesalvetti in the province of Livorno. If the grapes come from defined, classified vineyards, Vigna can be indicated followed by the name of the vineyard. There are about 80 defined geographical designations.

The four pure varietal wines Chardonnay, Sauvignon(Sauvignon Blanc), Trebbiano(Trebbiano Toscano) and Vermentino must consist of at least 85% of the respective variety. The Bianco is made from Trebbiano Toscano (at 50%). The Rosato is produced from at least 50% Sangiovese. The Vin Santo (also called Riserva) is produced from at least 50% Trebbiano Toscano and Malvasia Bianca Lunga. For all types, other approved varieties are allowed for the rest.

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