The DOCG designation. (Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin) is attributed to the already recognized DOC wines from at least five years, which are considered to be of particular value in relation to the intrinsic quality characteristics.
The recognition of DOCG. should provide a discipline-growing and winemaking usually more restrictive.
Although these wines may be back for the EU legislation, in the broader category of quality wine
The use of DOC is not permitted for wine made from grapes that partially or totally, which have not been classified among the recommended and authorized or that are derived from interspecific hybrids between Vitis vinifera and other species of Asian or American.