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Vino Spumante di Qualità – Metodo Classico Pas Dosé

Grape variety

80% Pinot Noir, 20% Chardonnay

Vintages

2012

Thanks to the disgorgement of the historic vintages, we can produce a great, complex and highly refined Classic Method sparkling wine.

Vintages

2012

Thanks to the disgorgement of the historic vintages, we can produce a great, complex and highly refined Classic Method sparkling wine.

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Vintages

2012

Area of ​​origin

Rocca de' Giorgi (PV)

Service T °

10/12°C

Ground

Clayey and calcareous

Tasting notes

Color: deep yellow with golden reflections. Fine and persistent perlage.
Aroma: complex with notes of bread crust, pastry cream and yellow fruit.
Taste: full, enveloping. It has a good structure and persistence.

Technical notes

The grapes, separately, are picked by hand in 20 kg boxes and are stored in the cold room at 10°C before the soft pressing. The free-run must of Pinot Noir (yield of 45%) is fermented in steel tanks at a controlled temperature, while the must of Chardonnay ferments in barrels and it stays there for 4 months. After the assembly, the base wine remains on the fine lees until the tirage which is carried out the spring after the harvest.

It stays on the lees for at least 8 months.
It ages for at least 6 months after the disgorgement.
Dosage: not dosed

Pairings

It pairs well with goat cheese, lard and honey, oyster and gratinated scallops.

Area of ​​origin

Rocca de' Giorgi (PV)

Ground

Clayey and calcareous

Service T °

10/12°C

Tasting notes

Color: deep yellow with golden reflections. Fine and persistent perlage.
Aroma: complex with notes of bread crust, pastry cream and yellow fruit.
Taste: full, enveloping. It has a good structure and persistence.

Technical notes

The grapes, separately, are picked by hand in 20 kg boxes and are stored in the cold room at 10°C before the soft pressing. The free-run must of Pinot Noir (yield of 45%) is fermented in steel tanks at a controlled temperature, while the must of Chardonnay ferments in barrels and it stays there for 4 months. After the assembly, the base wine remains on the fine lees until the tirage which is carried out the spring after the harvest.

It stays on the lees for at least 8 months.
It ages for at least 6 months after the disgorgement.
Dosage: not dosed

Pairings

It pairs well with goat cheese, lard and honey, oyster and gratinated scallops.

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