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Glera is the white variety grape that produces the Prosecco. Glera was, until Prosecco became DOCG, mostly referred as Prosecco, from the village of Prosecco near Trieste from which the grape seem to have originated, however, from 2009, the year in which Prosecco became a DOCG to protect the name and therefore to prevent wines made with Prosecco grapes grown outside the area labelled as Prosecco, Glera has become the name of the grape and Prosecco the wine.

Glera vines are spread all over the Prosecco region, DOC and DOCG, covering 3 regions in the north east of Italy, Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige and Friuli Venezia Giulia.

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