classico

adjective
clas·si·co | \ˈkla-si-(ˌ)kō \

Definition of classico 

: produced in a delimited area of Italy known for its standards of quality Chianti classico

First Known Use of classico

1933, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for classico

Italian, from Latin classicus

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