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Production specification - Brisighella DOP

DOP Bruzio extra virgin olive oil

Article 1
Name
The Bruzio controlled denomination of origin, compulsorily accompanied by one of the following geographical terms: Prepollinica, Valle Crati, Colline Joniche Presilane, Sibaritite is reserved for extra virgin olive oil that meets the conditions and requirements established in this production specification.

Article 2
Variety of olive trees
1. The Bruzio controlled denomination of origin accompanied by the geographical term Fascia Prepollinica, and reserved for extra virgin olive oil obtained from the following olive varieties: Tondina not less than 50%, Carolea not more than 30%, Grossa di Cassano in measure not exceeding 20%. Other varieties up to a maximum limit of 25% may compete.
2. The denomination of controlled origin Bruzio, accompanied by the geographical mention Valle Crati, is reserved for extra virgin olive oil obtained from the following olive varieties: Carolea in a measure of not less than 50%, Tondina in a measure of not more than 30%, Rossanese or Dolce of Rossano in an amount not exceeding 20%. Other varieties up to a maximum of 20% can compete.
3. The Bruzio denomination of controlled origin, accompanied by the geographical mention Colline Joniche Presilane, is reserved for extra virgin olive oil obtained from the following olive varieties: Rossanese Dolce di Rossano in an amount of not less than 70%. Other varieties up to a maximum of 30% can compete.
4. The Bruzio controlled designation of origin, accompanied by the geographical mention Sibaritide, is reserved for extra virgin olive oil obtained from the olive variety: Grossa di Cassano in an amount not less than 70%, Tondina in an amount not greater than 30%. Other varieties up to a maximum of 30% can compete.

Article 3
Production area
1. The production area of ​​the olives for the production of extra virgin olive oil referred to in art. 1 includes, within the administrative territory of the provinces of Cosenza, the olive-grove territories of the sub-listed municipalities suitable for achieving production with the qualitative characteristics provided for in this production specification:
Acquaformosa, Altomonte, Bisignano, Cariati, Caloveto,
Colopezzati, Cassano allo Jonio, Castrovillari, Cerchiaria di Calabria, Cervicati, Cerzeto, Civita, Corigliano Calabro, Cropalati, Firmo, Francavilla Marittima, Frascineto, Lattarico, Lungro, Mandatoriccio, Mirto-Crosia, Mongrassano, Montalto Uffugo, Marshes, Pietrapaola, Plataci , Rende, Rossano, Roggiano Gravina, Rota Greca, Scala Coeli, S. Basile, S. Cosmo Albanese, S. Demetrio Corone, S. Giorgio Albanese, S. Lorenzo del Vallo, S. Marco Argentano, S. Martino di Finita, S. Sofia of Epirus, S. Vincenzo La Costa, Saracena, Spezzano Albanese, Tarsia, Terranova da Sibari, Terravecchia, Torano Castello, Vaccarizzo Albanese, Villapiana.
2. The production area of ​​the olives destined for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil accompanied by the geographical mention of the Prepollinic area, includes, in the province of Cosenza, the entire administrative territory of the following municipalities: Acquaformosa, Altomonte, Castrovillari, Frascineto, I sign, Lungro, Roggiano Gravina, S. Lorenzo del Vallo, Saracena, Spezzano Albanese, Tarsia, Terranova da Sibari.
3. The production area of ​​the olives for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Valle Crati, includes, in the province of Cosenza, the entire administrative territory of the following municipalities: Bisignano, Cervicati, Cerzeto, Lattarico , Mongrassano, Montalto Uffugo, Rende, Rota Greca, S. Vincenzo La Costa, Torano Castello.
4. The production area of ​​the olives for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil accompanied by the geographical mention Colline Joniche Presilane includes, in the province of Cosenza, the entire administrative territory of the following municipalities: Cariati, Calopezzati, Caloveto, Corigliano Calabro , Cropalati, Crosia, Mandatoriccio, Paludi, Pietrapaola, Rossano, S. Giorgio Albanese, Scala Coeli, Terravecchia, Vaccarizzo Albanese.
5. The production area of ​​the olives for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Sibaritide, includes, in the province of Cosenza, the entire administrative territory of the following municipalities: Cassano allo Jonio, Cerchiara di Calabria, Civita, Francavilla Marittima, Plataci, Villapiana.

Article 4
Cultivation characteristics
1. The environmental and cultivation conditions of the olive groves for the production of extra virgin olive oil referred to in art. 1 must be the traditional ones and characteristics of the area and, in any case, suitable for giving the olives and derived oil the specific quality characteristics. Therefore, only olive groves whose soils are loose or medium-textured and permeable are to be considered suitable.
The planting layouts, training systems and pruning systems must be those traditionally used or, in any case, suitable for not changing the characteristics of the olives and oil. A planting density of up to 400 plants per hectare is allowed.
2. For the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil accompanied by the geographical mention of the Prepollinic area, the hillside olive groves included in the production area described in point 2 of art. 3 places in the geographical area characterized by an average annual rainfall of 850 mm with maximum values ​​in autumn-winter and an average annual temperature between 14 + / - 3 ºC. The phytosanitary defense of olive groves must be carried out according to the methods defined by the guided pest programs.
2a. For the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Valle Crati, the hilly olive groves included in the production area described in point 3 of art. 3 places in the geographical area characterized by an average annual rainfall of 900 mm with maximum values ​​in autumn-winter and an average annual temperature between 15 + / - 3 ºC. The phytosanitary defense of olive groves must be carried out according to the methods defined by the guided pest programs.
2b. For the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Colline Joniche Presilane, the hilly olive groves included in the production area described in point 4 of art. 3 places in the geographical area characterized by an average annual rainfall of 600 mm with maximum values ​​in autumn-winter and an average annual temperature between 16 + / - 3 ºC. The phytosanitary defense of olive groves must be carried out according to the methods defined by the guided pest programs.
2c. For the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Sibaritite, the hilly olive groves included in the production area described in point 5 of art. 3 places in the geographical area characterized by an average annual rainfall of mm 000 with maximum values ​​in autumn-winter and an average annual temperature between 16 + / - 3 ºC. The phytosanitary defense of olive groves must be carried out according to the methods defined by the guided pest programs.
3. The collection of olives for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical term Fascia Prepollinica, must be carried out from the beginning of the veraison until December 31 of each year.
The maximum production of olives from the olive groves destined for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical indication Fascia Prepollinica, cannot exceed 10,000 kg per hectare for intensive plants. The maximum yield of the olives in oil cannot exceed 18%.
3a. The collection of olives for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the Valle Crati geographical mention, must be carried out from the beginning of veraison until December 31 of each year.
The maximum production of olives from the olive groves for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Valle Crati, cannot exceed 10,000 kg per hectare for intensive plants. The maximum yield of the olives in oil cannot exceed 22%.
3b. The collection of olives for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographic mention Colline Joniche Presilane, must be carried out from the beginning of the veraison until January 15 of each year.
The maximum production of olives from olive groves destined for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Colline Joniche Presilane, cannot exceed 10,000 kg per hectare for intensive plants. The maximum yield of the olives in oil cannot exceed 20%.
3c. The collection of olives for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Sibaritide, must be carried out from the beginning of the veraison until January 15 of each year.
The maximum production of olives from the olive groves for the production of Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Sibaritide, cannot exceed 10,000 kg per hectare for intensive plants. The maximum yield of the olives in oil cannot exceed 20%.
4. Even in exceptionally favorable years, the yield must be reported through careful sorting provided that the overall production does not exceed the maximum limits indicated above by more than 20%.
5. The olive production report must be submitted according to the procedures provided for by the ministerial decree no. 573, in a single solution.
5a. Upon presentation of the olive production report and the request for product suitability certification, the applicant must attach the certification issued by the associations of olive producers in accordance with art. 5, point 2, letter a), of the law 5 February 1992, n. 169, proving that the production and transformation of the olives took place in the area delimited by the production specification.

Article 5
Oleification method
1. The zone of oilification of the Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical indication Fascia Prepollinica, includes the entire administrative territory of the municipalities indicated in point 2 of art. 3.
1a. The oiling area of ​​Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Valle Crati, includes the entire administrative territory of the municipalities delimited in point 3 of art. 3.
1b. The oiling area of ​​Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Colline Joniche Presilane, includes the administrative territory of the municipalities delimited in point 4 of art. 3.
1c. The oiling area of ​​Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Sibaritide, includes the administrative territory of the municipalities delimited in point 5 of art. 3.
2. The collection of olives for the production of extra virgin olive oil with designation of origin referred to in art. 1, can take place by mechanical means or by burning. The milling must take place within two days of collection.
3. For the extraction of extra virgin olive oil referred to in art. 1, only mechanical and physical processes capable of guaranteeing oil retention without any alteration of the quality characteristics contained in the fruit are allowed.
4. The olive milling plants for the production of extra virgin olive oil referred to in art. 1 must be registered in the appropriate list kept at the Chamber of Commerce I.A.A. of Cosenza, such as mills authorized to process olives for the production of controlled denomination of origin oil.

Article 6.
Consumer characteristics
1. Upon release for consumption, Bruzio's denomination of controlled origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographic mention Fascia Prepollinica, must meet the following characteristics:
color: green with yellow reflections;
smell: medium fruity;
flavor: fruity;
maximum total acidity expressed in oleic acid, by weight, not exceeding 0.7 grams per 100 grams of oil;
Panel test score: = 6.5;
peroxides number: = 10;
K232: = 2.0;
K270: = 0.20;
linoleic acid: = 8%;
total polyphenols: = 200 p.p.m.
2. Upon release for consumption, Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Valle Crati, must meet the following characteristics:
color: from green to yellow;
smell: medium fruity;
flavor: fruity;
maximum total acidity expressed in oleic acid, by weight, not exceeding 0.7 grams per 100 grams of oil;
Panel test score: = 6.5;
peroxides number: = 12;
K232: = 2.0;
K270: = 0.20;
linoleic acid: = 9%;
total polyphenols: = 200 p.p.m.
3. Upon release for consumption, the Bruzio controlled denomination of origin extra virgin olive oil, accompanied by the geographical mention Colline Joniche Presilane, must meet the following characteristics:
color: golden yellow with green reflections;
smell: delicate fruity;
flavor: fruity with a sweet almond sensation;
maximum total acidity expressed in oleic acid, by weight, not more than 0.8 grams per 100 grams of oil;
Panel test score: = 6.5;
peroxides number: = 14;
K232: = 2.2;
K270: = 0.20;
linoleic acid: = 11%;
total polyphenols: = 150 p.p.m.
4. Upon release for consumption, Bruzio's extra virgin olive oil with a denomination of controlled origin, accompanied by the geographical mention Sibaritide, must meet the following characteristics:
color: yellow with some green reflections;
smell: light fruity;
flavor: light fruity with a slight bitter sensation;
maximum total acidity expressed in oleic acid, by weight, not exceeding 0.7 grams per 100 grams of oil;
Panel test score: = 6.5;
peroxides number: = 10;
K232: = 2.2;
K270: = 0.20;
linoleic acid: = 13%;
total polyphenols: = 150 p.p.m.
5. Other parameters not expressly mentioned must comply with the current U.E.
6. In each olive oil campaign, the protection consortium identifies and maintains an ideal number of representative samples of the oils referred to in art. 1 to be used as the reference standard for carrying out the organoleptic examination.
7. The Minister of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Resources has the power to modify the analytical limits indicated above by decree.
8. The designation of the oils at the packaging stage must only be carried out following the completion of the procedure envisaged by the ministerial decree no. 573, in order to carry out chemical-physical and organoleptic tests.

Article 7
Designation and presentation
1. The controlled designation of origin referred to in art. 1 the addition of any qualification not expressly provided for in this production specification is prohibited, including the adjectives:
fine, chosen, selected, superior.
2. The truthful use of names, company names and private brands is allowed provided they have no laudative meaning or are not such as to mislead the consumer.
3. The use of names of farms, estates, farms and their geographical location, as well as the reference to packaging in the olive farm or in the association of olive farms or in the olive farm located in the production area is allowed only if the product has been obtained exclusively with olives harvested in the olive groves belonging to the company and if the oilification and packaging took place in the company itself.
4. The operations of packaging of extra virgin olive oil with denomination of controlled origin as per art. 1 must take place within the province of Cosenza.
5. Any geographical mention, authorized by art. 1 of this specification, must be shown on the label with a size not exceeding that of the characters with which the Bruzio controlled designation of origin is indicated.
6. The use of other geographical indications allowed pursuant to art. 1, point 2, of the ministerial decree of 4 November 1993, n, 573, referring to municipalities, hamlets, estates, farms from which the oil actually derives must be reported in characters not exceeding half of those used for the designation of the denomination of controlled origin referred to in art. 1.
7. The name of the controlled designation of origin referred to in art. 1 must appear on the label with clear and indelible characters with a colorimetry of wide contrast with respect to the color of the label and such that it can be clearly distinguished from the complex of indications that appear on it. The designation must also comply with the labeling rules established by current legislation.
8. Extra virgin olive oil referred to in art. 1 must be released for consumption in containers with a capacity not exceeding 5 liters in glass or tinplate.
9. It is mandatory to indicate on the label the year of production of the olives from which the oil obtained.


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