IGP Anagni: It is a apellation from Lazio producing red, white wines. White Grapes are Malvasia, Passerina and Red Grapes are Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon. Bianco (Wh): 50–60% Malvasia del Lazio (locally Malvasia Puntinata) and/or Passerina; maximum 35% Bellone, Chardonnay, Grechetto, and/or Manzoni Bianco; maximum 15% OAWG; Rosso (Rd): Minimum 50% Cabernet Franc and/or Cabernet Sauvignon; maximum 25% Merlot; 10–20% Cesanese di Affile; maximum 15% OARG. This appellation from Lazio lies close to the city of Anagni in the province of Frosinone. The Minimum alcohol level is 12.0% for Bianco; 12.5% for Rosso
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