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Albi dei vigneti, Tuscany says ok to the 190 hectares required by Doc Bolgheri

A path opens, as anticipated by WineNews, which could be followed by other prestigious Denominations of the Region
Bolgheri, vineyards towards the sea

The reopening of the registers of Tuscan wine denominations has officially begun: as already anticipated by WineNews, the Region of Tuscany has given its approval to the request of the Bolgheri DOC to bring another 190 hectares of wine potential in the area, among the most dynamic and performing in Italy under the denomination (120 for the Bolgheri DOC red and 70 for the white), which are officially added to the 1,370 currently claimed.
This provides for the resolution approved by the Regional Council, as announced by the Councillor for Agriculture, Marco Remaschi: “what Bolgheri needs is to ensure that its wine producers can make the most of their land, their vineyards and their wines within the designation of origin and on markets. And from now on, all local entrepreneurs have the opportunity to do so according to precise rules. In a short time, we will define the terms and conditions for the submission of applications for the granting of the new area that can be claimed by the farms that fall within the denomination”.
The road is therefore open, and the positive decision on Bolgheri’s request could also be an incentive for the other denominations of the Region, from Brunello di Montalcino to Chianti Classico, from Chianti to Nobile di Montepulciano, among the most famous, after the Region’s invitation to the Consortia to present three-year planning plans, with the primary aim to achieve a balance on the market.

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