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Cirò red wine made from Gaglioppo grapes, typical of Calabrian hills of San Biagio.
Serving suggestions: suitable for roasts, game and strong dishes.
Packaging: glass bottle 75 cl
The wine Cirò, in his Red and Rosé varieties, is produced with grapes from vines Gaglioppo and, in a maximum of 5%, from Trebbiano Toscano and Greek White. The Cirò Bianco must instead be obtained entirely by Greek Bianco grapes, for which an addition is permitted up to 10% of Tuscan Trebbiano grapes.
The DOC (Designation of origin) for Cirò wine was made in 1989. The Disciplinary identifies three specific types of Cirò: Red, Rosé and White. The wine also Cirò, to bear the DOC designation, it must be produced in the territories of the municipalities of Cirò, Cirò Marina and in the municipalities of Melissa and Crucoli. All winemaking operations must also be carried out within this specific geographic area. In those wines from grapes grown and vinified in the municipalities of Cirò Marina Cirò countries and the reserves Disciplinary additional qualification of "Classic”.