Rosso Wine

If you visit cafes and restaurants in Chelyabinsk or another city, you have to navigate the world of wine. To this end, we publish labeling of Italian wines. After reading this mark, you'll probably know what the quality of drink you are offered in a particular cafe or restaurant. MARKING Italian wines: Vino da Tavola – translated as table wine labeled ordinary dry wines that have no outstanding features. IGT (Indicazione Geografica Tipica) – wines with a geographic name the locality where performed. Wine with this label are not vintage, but definitely better than wine labeled Vino da Tavola.

DOC (Denominazione di Origine Controllata) – This symbol means that the wines were strict control and regulation at all stages of production. Origine points to a specific region in which wine is produced, so the label wine brands Montepulciano next to Denominazione di Origine Controllata will be located and the name of the region D, Abruzzo, from which is this wine. DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita) – marked the most noble wines of Italy. The word Garantita means that the wine under this label approved after the tasting. The neck of bottles of wine is purple stripes with abbreviation DOCG. Secco – dry wine labeling Semi – secco – marking a semi-dry wine Stravecchio – marking a mature well-aged wine Vino novella – marking a young wine Rosato – mark rose wine Rosso – label red wine Bianco – labeling of white wine Recioto – marking a sweet dessert wine which is made from dried grapes Riserva – marking high quality wines, with an exposure of at least three years Asciutto – marking a very dry wine Amabile – marking semisweet wine Liquoroso – marking fortified wine Montepulciano D, Abruzzo DOC 1998" – (dry red wine, 12%) produced in wine-producing region of Abruzzo, located on the Italian coast Andriaticheskogo Sea.