In 1939 the Experimental Station of Viticulture and Enology of Conegliano distinguished two sub-areas: that of the "Bardolino" - presently the "Classic" area - and that of "Sona-Custoza", the current southern area of the DOC. In 1969, the year in which the Consortium for the protection of Bardolino DOC wine was established, Luigi Veronelli described Bardolino - already defined by him years ago as "nice" - as a wine with a "ruby red color, transparent and joyful, bright, with a soft bouquet , which retains a vinosity made elegant and with a dry and light flavor, with a subtle flavor ”. The concept of typicality is once again the keystone of Bardolino's success: in 2011 the British magazine Decanter included it among the ten styles of wine to be followed with greater attention in Italy.
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