|WINE:Pinot Nero Rosé spumante, ‘traditional method’.
GRAPE VARIETY:100% Pinot noir.
CULTIVATION:Cordon trained with a density of 4000 vine stocks per hectare.
YIELD:5.5 tonnes of grapes per hectare.
SOIL:Clayey and calcareous with a south-western exposure.
VINIFICATION:Cold maceration for 8 hours, fermentation in steel vats at a controlled temperature of 16°C for approximately 6 months before being bottled according to the ‘traditional method’.
REFINEMENT:In bottles, with its own yeast, for a minimum of 24 months.
CHARACTERISTICS:a pale pink spumante with a fine and lasting ‘perlage’, notes of yeast and bread crust.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12.5% by vol.
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 5-7°C.
GASTRONOMIC PAIRING: perfect as an aperitif or throughout the entire meal.