Patrimonio is an AOC (Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée) wine region located in the north of the island of Corsica, France. It is known for producing red, white and rosé wines made from the Niellucciu and Vermentino grape varieties. The AOC regulations specify the grape varieties that can be used, the minimum alcohol content, and the maximum yield per hectare. Wines bearing the Patrimonio AOC label must have been made using grapes grown, fermented, and aged in the Patrimonio region, and must pass a blind taste test before they can be sold. The wines from Patrimonio have a distinct, mineral-rich character and are highly sought after. The AOC was created in 1968 and covers about 800 hectares of vineyards.