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Veneto Igp
Veneto IGP refers to wines produced anywhere in the northeastern Italian region of Veneto. Given all the various types of wines produced in this region, along with the fact that Veneto is among the largest producers in terms of quantity, this IGP covers a wide variety of wines, ranging from lighter whites such as Pinot Grigio, all the way up to full-bodied, ageworthy red wines.

Veneto is a mix of local indigenous varieties such as Corvina and Rondinella, which are found in the province of Verona to international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Merlot. While some of the wines produced from these grapes are stand-alone varieties, many are blended, be it a Cabernet/Merlot mix, which there are some wines that contain only one variety, such as a robust red made only from Corvina in the Verona province.

There are also Veneto IGP wines that are classified in this manner, as a producer may decide to include grapes from outside an approved DOP zone or he may decide not to age the wine for the minimum time prescribed for a DOP. Examples would include a white made from less than 70% Garganega in the Soave zone (perhaps a 50/50 mix of Garganega and Chardonnay) or a red made by a Valpolicella/Amarone producer that might only contain Corvina, or a red with Corvina and Cabernet Sauvignon in the blend, as there is no DOP regulation for a red such as this. There are dozens, perhaps hundreds of these wines produced in the region. (Wine/Appellations)