DOC area for a wide range of red wines, rosé wines and white wines in the Italian region of Lazio. Alternatively, the name Tuscia (after the historical landscape in central Italy; in ancient Etruria, the land of the Etruscans) can be used. The zone includes the municipalities of Acquapendente, Arlena di Castro, Bagnoregio, Barbarano Romano, Bassano in Teverina, Blera, Bolsena, Bomarzo, Canino, Capodimonte, Castiglione in Teverina, Celleno, Cellere, Civitella d'Agliano, Farnese, Gradoli, Graffignano, Grotte di Castro, Ischia di Castro, Latera, Lubriano, Marta, Montefiascone, Monte Romano, Onano, Oriolo Romano, Orte, Piansano, Proceno, San Lorenzo Nuovo, Tessennano, Tuscania, Valentano, Vejano, Vetralla, Villa San Giovanni in Tuscia, Viterbo and Vitorchiano in the province of Viterbo. Only in the municipalities of Capodimonte, Marta and in the district of San Savino (old town of Tuscania) is it possible to use the name Cannaiola (derived from the grape variety Cannaiola di Marta/Canaiolo Nero). If the grapes come from classified vineyards, Vigna can be indicated followed by the name of the vineyard.
The Bianco is blended from Procanico (40-80%), Malvasia Toscana or Malvasia del Lazio (max. 30%), as well as other authorised varieties (max. 30%). Rosso (also known as Novello) and Rosato are produced from Sangiovese (50-65%), Montepulciano (20-45%) and other authorised varieties (max. 30%). A Frizzante is available from Bianco, Grechetto, Moscatello, Procanico, Rosso, Rosato, Sangiovese and Sangiovese Rosato. Many of these wines are available in secco and amabile.