Albana di Romagna DOCG

Definition

Wine

  • a DOCG wine-producing zone in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy with a history dating from Roman times. It produces a white wine made from the Albana grape variety. This fine wine has a golden colour and can be sweet (dolce or amabile) or dry (secco). It has a DOCG rating, Italy’s highest official classification. There is also a spumante sparkling wine from the region, but it only carries the lower-class DOC rating.
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