2.- GI BY REGION
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The individual GIs are analysed for each region in the table “Evolution of the Italian GIs” where the different sources are compared and the relative trend lines are calculated.
In Table 5.11 Number and Volumes of GIs distributed by Production Class, the following GIs analyzed in the "GI Statistical Series" are summarized by region.
Since 1st August 2012, the relevant Ministry has entrusted the control and certification system to third party bodies. In table 5.13 Evolution of GIs: a brief assessment we have summarised the extent of this wine type at an individual regional level for a quick comparison.
Table 5.14 compares the most representative DO and IG (>100,000 hl) with the 36 DO and 16 IG that total more than 2/3 of the production of their respective sectors.
Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta have not adopted this wine type in order to defend hillside viticulture and a strong historical heritage to protect the interests of the entire supply chain, including the vinegrowers.