Name and Denomination:
Spumante Brut Millesimato
Grape variety: Pinot Nero and Chardonnay
Origin: : vineyards in the Treviso countryside, surrounded by the Sile and Piave Rivers.
Winemaking: hand selected, healthy grapes. Vinification in just a few days in steel tanks. After the alcoholic fermentation, it is then kept in steel containers before bottling. Secondary fermentation takes place in the bottle.
Storage and ageing: in the cellar, at controlled humidity and a temperature of 10-12°C. As for all the classic method spumanti, it is recommended that it is consumed within one year of the disgorging.
Colour: intense yellow.
Bouquet: typical of baked crusty bread. Strong overtone of yeast and dried mushrooms.
Flavour: dry and velvety. Young despite the second fermentation in the bottle and with a reminder of crusty bread also in terms of the flavour.
Alcohol content: 12,50 % vol.
Optimal serving temperature: 8-10 ° C
Gastronomic matches: the dry taste makes it excellent as an aperitif with chicken liver pate on toasts and Colonnata pig lard, cheese flans, oysters and shellfish main courses like boiled lobster.
Packaging: in 75 cl collio bottles in boxes of 6.
The Winemaker's notes... “good fermentation is an important aspect for wines that then undergo a secondary fermentation in the bottle. Maintaining the freshness and support acidity is important to ensure the primary and varietal aromas that make this vintage a great wine to accompany - and why not? - an entire meal due to the duration of the yeasts.”