TRADITIONAL METHOD SPUMANTE CRUASÉ
Pinot Nero grapes originating from the most favourable areas of calvo Versiggia, Santa Maria della Versa, Rocca De Giorgi, at a height of between 250 and 400 metres above sea level in limestone and clayey soils.
YIELD PER HECTARE:
60/70 quintals per hectare.
The grapes are harvested in picking baskets towards the end of August and beginning of September. A soft pressing with the skins immediately take place where only the free run wine is extracted resulting in the typical shade of rosy pink. Followed by the fermentation with selected yeasts in a stainless steel tanks at a strictly controlled temperature of 18° C.
The tirage bottling and second fermentation takes place during the following spring maturing in the bottles for at least 36 months after the disgorging the bottles are left in the cellar for at least a further 6 months
Rose pink with amber highlights abundant fine, persistent, fine beady perlage
Ample bouquet, long and caressing with reminiscence of salvia, mint, and mature apricots
Dry, harmonious, rich and smooth, pleasurable long lasting fruity to the palate
7° – 8° C
IT IS WELL COMBINED WITH
Excellent with aperitifs and indeed throughout any meal