For England Blanc de Noir

For England, was initially made dry for the palates of the British market. Today it is offered in two beautiful expressions of Pinot Noir: Blanc de Noirs and Rose. The For England Blanc de Noirs’s nose is full of white fruit with notes of flowers and citrus. The palate offers flavor of mandarin and pink grapefruit. The finish is dry and fresh, with a persistent perlage.

Vineyards in Bossolasco.
The upper part of the vineyard is sandy, calcareous, and rich in silt and silicon while the lower part is marly and calcareous.

DOSAGE: Pas dosé

PRODUCTION TECHNIQUE: After destemming, the grapes are crushed without pressure. From the pressed grape we obtain free run must, which is the most precious part of the juice. The first fermentation takes place in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks; followed by almost 9 months of aging again in stainless steel and then the wine is bottled. The second fermentation takes place in bottle and is followed by almost 42 months aging on its lees. Riddling is done by hand.

Color: intense straw yellow.
Perfume: notes of pink grapefruit, sweet bread and rosemary.
Taste: complete and structured, with floral and mineral hints. The perlage is creamy and persistent.

FIRST VINTAGE PRODUCED: First Blanc de Noirs produced: 90’s / First Blanc de Noirs Alta Langa 2013