Cori DOC: It is a very interesting appellation from Lazio producing red, white wines. White Grape is Bellone and Red Grape is Nero Buono. Bianco (Wh): Minimum 50% Bellone; minimum 20% Malvasia; minimum 15% Greco; maximum 15% OAWG; Bellone (Wh): Minimum 85% Bellone + OAWG; Rosso (Rd): Minimum 50% Nero Buono; minimum 20% Montepulciano; minimum 15% Cesanese; maximum 15% OARG; Nero Buono (Rd): Minimum 85% Nero Buono + OARG; Riserva (Nero Buono). The Minimum alcohol level is 11.0% for Bianco; 11.5% for Rosso; 12.0% for varietals; 13.0% for Riserva
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– The Modern History of Italian Wine by Walter Filipputti
– Hidden Gems of Italy: An Insider’s Secret Formula To Find Top-Class Italian Wines At Value Prices And Taste La Dolce Vita by Tony Margiotta
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