Classification: Metodo Classico (Traditional Method)
Varieties: Pinot nero and Chardonnay
Training system: Guyot
Soil: Marly and chalky
Grape harvest: Last ten days of August
Winemaking: After the fermantation of both grape varieties, the wine ages in old wood for around 7 months, with weekly bâtonnage. Unfiltered and unclarified.
Aging: 40 months sur lies in the bottle
Residual sugar: 3,5 g/l
Tasting notes: Delicate and persistent perlage, bright straw-yellow colour with subtle amber hints. On the nose, reveals notes of freshly beked bread. The palate has considerable structure and an execptional mouthfilling quality.
Pairings: Ideal paired with finger food, and also an excellent companion throughout the meal, though not with desserts.
Alcohol: 12.5% abv
Suggested serving temperature: 7-9° C
Bottle size: 0,75 l