Castel San Lorenzo DOC: It is a very interesting apellation from Campania producing red, white, rose’, dessert and sparkling wines.White Grapes are Moscato, Trebbiano and Red are Aglianico, Barbera.Bianco (Wh): 50–60% Trebbiano Toscano; 30–40% Malvasia; maximum 20% OAWG; Moscato (WhSw): Minimum 85% Moscato Bianco + OAWG; Rosato (Ro): 60–80% Barbera; 20–30% Sangiovese; maximum 15% OARG; Rosso (Rd): 60–80% Barbera; 20–30% Sangiovese; maximum 15% OARG; Aglianicone (Rd): Minimum 85% Aglianico (locally Aglianicone) + OANRG; Barbera (Rd): Minimum 85% Barbera + OANRG; Riserva (Aglianicone, Barbera); Spumante (WhSpSw): Minimum 85% Moscato + OAWG; Moscato Lambiccato (WhSw): Minimum 85% Moscato + OAWG; Passito (Wh, WhSw): Minimum 85% Moscato + OAWG. The Minimum alcohol level is 7.0% for Spumante (12.0% potential); 8.5% for Moscato (12.0% potential); 8.5% for Moscato Lambiccato (13.5% potential); 11.0% for Bianco; 11.5% for Rosato, Rosso, and Barbera; 12.0% for Aglianicone; 12.0% for Passito (16.0% potential); 12.5% for Barbera Riserva; 13.0% for Aglianicone Riserva
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– The Modern History of Italian Wine by Walter Filipputti
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