Trento DOC (trademarked as Trentodoc) is the appellation for Metodo Classico sparkling wine produced in the Trentino area. It is the first wine of this type to gain DOC status, which was achieved in 1993. Grapes are grown across 74 municipalities, at a wide variety of altitudes and in a wide array of macroclimates.What is the geography of the province of Trentino?
The province forms the southern half of the Trentino-Alto Adige region. The other half is Alto Adige (Südtirol to its largely German speaking population). Some 70 percent of the land lies above 1000 meters (3000 feet), with 20 percent above 2000m; 90 peaks exceed 3000m.What are the rules for Trentino DOC wines?
Rules for these vary from the general Trentino DOC regulations laid out above. A Trentino Sorni Bianco may be made from any proportions of Chardonnay, Müller-Thurgau, Nosiola, Pinots Bianco and Grigio, and/or Sylvaner Verde. The Rosso may be made from any proportions of Lagrein, Schiava and/or Teroldego.Where is Trentino wine made?
Trentino Wine. Trentino is an autonomous wine-producing province in the far north of Italy, bordering Lombardy to the west and Veneto to the south and east. The province forms the southern half of the Trentino-Alto Adige region, the other half being Alto Adige (Sudtirol to its largely German-speaking population).