Extra Brut
Sparkling Wine
Organoleptic Description

Pale straw yellow color with fine and persistent perlage. Elegant taste, creamy, pleasantly fresh and savory. The nose is elegant and very clean, has a delicate hint of exotic fruit, apple with a hint of cherry and black currant, all embellished with an unmistakable bouquet of bread crust due to the break on the lees that have led the froth.

Pairings

Wine suitable for celebratory occasions, but also suitable for consumption throughout the meal. Risotto in white with balsamic vinegar or cheese.

Sparkling techniques

Martinotti or Italian method with the low-temperature foaming phase (12-15 ° C) and permanence on the noble lees for at least 30 days with a processing and maturation period of more than six months. When bottled, the wine has a sugar content of less than 6 g/l.

Extra Dry
Vintage Sparkling Wine
Organoleptic Description

Pale straw yellow color with fine and persistent perlage. Of creamy taste, pleasantly acidulous and savory, with a balanced sweet note. The nose is elegant and with the slight aromaticity typical of the vines, where it dominates a delicate moscato scent accompanied by white fruit, apple and peach, all enhanced by the residual sugar that intervenes accentuating the natural aroma and softness of the sparkling wine.

Pairings

Wine suitable for celebratory and recreational occasions. It goes well with dry or spoon desserts, jam tarts and fresh fruit.

Sparkling techniques

Martinotti or Italian method conducting the froth at low temperature (12-18 ° C) without keeping the wine on the lees and processing period of about 30 days followed by a short period of maturation in the bottle. The sparkling wine is packaged with a residual sugar content between 12 and 17 g/l

Extra Brut
Sparkling Wine
Organoleptic Description

Pale straw yellow color with fine and persistent perlage. Elegant taste, creamy, pleasantly fresh and savory. The nose is elegant and very clean, has a delicate hint of exotic fruit, apple with a hint of cherry and black currant, all embellished with an unmistakable bouquet of bread crust due to the break on the lees that have led the froth.

Pairings

Wine suitable for celebratory occasions, but also suitable for consumption throughout the meal. Risotto in white with balsamic vinegar or cheese.

Sparkling techniques

Martinotti or Italian method with the low-temperature foaming phase (12-15 ° C) and permanence on the noble lees for at least 30 days with a processing and maturation period of more than six months. When bottled, the wine has a sugar content of less than 6 g/l.

Extra Dry
Vintage Sparkling Wine
Organoleptic Description

Pale straw yellow color with fine and persistent perlage. Of creamy taste, pleasantly acidulous and savory, with a balanced sweet note. The nose is elegant and with the slight aromaticity typical of the vines, where it dominates a delicate moscato scent accompanied by white fruit, apple and peach, all enhanced by the residual sugar that intervenes accentuating the natural aroma and softness of the sparkling wine.

Pairings

Wine suitable for celebratory and recreational occasions. It goes well with dry or spoon desserts, jam tarts and fresh fruit.

Sparkling techniques

Martinotti or Italian method conducting the froth at low temperature (12-18 ° C) without keeping the wine on the lees and processing period of about 30 days followed by a short period of maturation in the bottle. The sparkling wine is packaged with a residual sugar content between 12 and 17 g/l

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