Historic production of white wines Denomination of controlled origin (DOC), homologous to the French AOC, was introduced in 1963. Prior to that date there was little control over the quality of Italian wines.Some regions from ancient winemaking tradition, however, already owned local institutions to protect the quality of their wines.To ensure the quality of the growing market of wine of Orvieto, five years earlier, in 1958, was founded the consortium of local wine of Orvieto.Only in 1971 wine of Orvieto fell under the DOC label.The word "classic" indicates its origin from the oldest parts of white grape varieties, such as Procanico – a biotype of the Trebbiano Toscano – and Grechetto. "Superior" indicates a minor collection per hectare, eight tons per hectare against eleven of the traditional DOC of Orvieto

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