the vineyards were planted quite recently. Guyot training, 2.20m between rows, 1.50m between vinestocks, 12-14 buds for the chardonnay, 18-20 for the pinot nero. Clay-marl soil with a good balance of organic matter. The vineyards are mown and mulched. The antiparasitic treatments with low environmental impact are carried out only when the seasonal weather conditions require it. The vines are thinned by 7-10% after flowering.
80-100 q hectare.
the grapes are picked by hand at the end of August and the two varieties are kept separate.
the grapes are processed separately with soft pressing. The chardonnay completes its fermentation in barrique, the pinot nero in vats. The wine is assembled at a later date.
in bottle after the sparkling procedure is completed.
in the glass it has a bright, straw-yellow colour. The perlage is fine, persistent and continuous. The bouquet has notes of bread crust, elderberry flowers and apple. On the palate it is fresh, with good softness and notes of ripe yellow fruit. Good persistence.