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The Italian island of Sicily is home to numerous DOCs and several IGTs. The latter denotes a wine that is made within a certain growing region on the island, but doesn’t conform to the restrictions of its relevant DOC either because of the blend of the grapes or the aging techniques employed by the producer.
The following are the IGTs for Sicily:
*Fontanarossa di Cerda
The wines produced under these IGT zones are produced from a variety of local and international grapes in bianco, rosso, rosato, firzzante (lightly sparkling) and liquoroso (fortified) styles.
For more information on Sicily’s wine history, varietals and DOC subregions, please see Sicily/Sicilia in the regions section.
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