Definition of Classico in English:

Classico

Syllabification: Clas·si·co
Pronunciation: /ˈklasikō
 
/

adjective

[postpositive]
Used in the classification of Italian wines to designate a wine produced in the region from which the type takes its name: Chianti Classico
More example sentences
  • The Chianti Classico wines have led the trend in richer and better-balanced wines.
  • Once these standards are met, the wine can be called Chianti Classico, and wear the seal of the Consortium.
  • Soave Classico and Valpolicella Classico come from the superior hillside vineyards and are usually far removed from the expressionless versions made from grapes grown on the valley floor.

Origin

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