After harvest, grapes for Nero must be dried for a minimum of 30 days, and grapes for Passito must be dried for a minimum of 2 months
Minimum alcohol level: 10.5% for Bianco, Chardonnay frizzante, and Rosato; 11.0% for Chardonnay tranquillo, Pinot Grigio, Rosso, and Spumante; 11.5% for Merlot; 12.0% for Riserva; 12.5% potential for Vendemmia Tardiva; 13.5% for Nero; 14.5% potential for Passito
Residual sugar: Spumante can range from extra brut to dolce
Aging: For Nero and Passito, minimum approx. 1 year, including 3 months in barrel (ERD = November 1, V+1); for Riserva, minimum 2 years (ERD = November 1, V+2)
Last Disciplinare Modification:
Note: Prior to 2019, several other varietal wines were permitted, along with a Garganega-based vendemmia tardiva.