The denomination of controlled origin
by the acronym DOC, it is not a real brand since it is common to a
large variety of products, but a denomination used in oenology that
certifies the area of origin and bounded of the collection of grapes
used for the production of the product on which it is affixed the mark;
the brand is the symbol placed on the product that identifies it, so we
can have different brands with the same acronym doc.
It is used to designate a quality and renowned product, whose characteristics are connected to the natural environment and to human factors and respect a specific production disciplinary approved by ministerial decree.
These wines, before being put on the market, must be subjected in the production phase to a preliminary chemical-physical analysis and an organoleptic examination that certifies compliance with the requirements of the specification; failure to comply with the requirements prevents it being put on the market with the wording DOC.