DOCG Italian Wines: Lison DOCG

DOCG Italian Wines: Lison DOCG



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Production area and history

DOCG recognition: 2010

DCG Interregional (Veneto - Friuli Venezia Giulia)
Province of Venice: Torre di Mosto, Ceggia, Eraclea, Jesolo, S. Donà di Piave, Noventa di Piave and Meolo.
Province of Treviso: Cessalto, Chiarano, Gorgo al Monticano, Salgareda, Gaiarine, Mansuè, Portobuffolè, Oderzo and Ormelle.
Province of Pordenone: River Veneto, Pasiano, Porcia, Pordenone, Prata di Pordenone, Casarsadella Delizia and San Vito al Tagliamento.
Province of Udine: Latisana, Bertiolo and Codroipo.

The production area is located in the plain a few kilometers from the Venetian coast, between the Tagliamento and Livenza rivers, which has always witnessed the cultivation of vines to guarantee the typicality and peculiarity of the local wines. A vast countryside dotted with ancient farmhouses, villages surrounded by medieval walls and small cities rich in Roman remains. (Production regulations).

Bunch of Tai (photo www.lecarline.com)

Vines - Minimum alcoholic strength - Aging and qualifications

The controlled and guaranteed denomination of origin "Lison" is reserved for wines obtained from vineyards made up of at least 85% of the Tai variety; moreover, grapes from other grape varieties of similar fruit, non-aromatic, can compete alone, provided they are suitable for cultivation in the respective provinces of Venice, Treviso and Pordenone.

Upon release for consumption, they must meet the following characteristics:
Lison and Lison Classico:
- minimum total alcoholic strength by volume: 12.00% vol. and 12.50% vol. in the "classic" type;
- minimum total acidity: 4.50 g / l;
- minimum non-reducing extract: 20.00 g / l.

Organoleptic characteristics

Lison and Lison Classico:
- color: more or less intense straw yellow sometimes with greenish to golden reflections;
- odor: characteristic, pleasant;
- flavor: dry, velvety with possible pleasant perception of wood.

Pairings and serving temperature

It goes well with seafood dishes, vegetable omelettes, medium-aged cheeses, raw ham. It should be served at a temperature of 10-12 ° C.


Video: Lison Classico Docg - Savian Vini english version