DOC area in the Trentino area (southern part of the Italian region Trentino-Alto Adige) for red wines, rosé wines and white wines. It covers almost the entire province of Trento and includes the slopes and plains in the river valleys of the Adige (Adige) and its tributaries, the Sarca and areas around the lakes of Caldonazzo and Levico in 72 municipalities. There are four subzones: Sorni (Giovo, Lavis and San Michele all'Adige), Superiore Marzemino Isera (Nogaredo and Villa Lagarina), Superiore Marzemino Ziresi (Volano) and Superiore Castel Beseno (Besenello and Calliano). There are also production zones for certain wines.
The Bianco is pressed from Chardonnay and/or Pinot Bianco (to 80%). The Rosso is blended from Cabernet Franc and/or Cabernet Sauvignon and/or Carmenère and/or Merlot. The Kretzer or Rosato is produced from Enantio and/or Schiava Grossa and/or Teroldego and/or Lagrein (on the one hand two, each max. 70%). The Vin Santo must contain 85% nosiola.
Subzones Marzemino Isera and Marzemino Ziresi: the red wine is produced from at least 85% Marzemino Gentile. Subzone Castel Beseno: the white wines Moscato Giallo, Moscato Giallo Passito and Vendemmia tardiva(late harvest) are produced from at least 85% Moscato Giallo.
Well known producers are Bolognani, Cantine Monfort, Endrizzi, Foradori, Gaierhof, Grigoletti, Letrari, Longariva, Maso Bastie, Maso Bergamini, Maso Furli, Maso Poli, Molino dei Lessi, Pojer & Sandri, Sandri, Simoncelli, Spagnolli, de Tarczal, Vallarom, Villa Cornioli and Zanotelli.