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Chianti bid for UNESCO status

It was 300 years ago that the Ducal decree first established the Chianti wine region in Tuscany and now the region is following Barolo, Champagne, Burgundy and St-Emillion in it's bid to get UNESCO world heritage status. The area covered is the Chianti Classico DOCG zone nicknamed the Gallo Nero or black rooster because of the logo used on the the bottles there. Italy has 51 UNESCO world heritage sites which is more than any other country.