Pozzolengo – Brescia, Typical area of Lugana.
The Morainic Hills were formed during the Quartenary period, characterized by fertile soils of clay and fine gravel.
PRODUCTION PER HECTARE
110 quintals of grapes
Manually, in September.
Manual harvesting in crates, soft pressing and extraction only of the free-run juice. Fermentation at low temperature, ageing of the wine for 8 months in steal tanks. After the second fermentation in bottle, it ages on the lees for at least 40 months before the remuage and the degorgement.
Bright straw yellow colour, fine and lingering perlage. Fresh and neat nose, with an array of hints of citrus fruit, crispy fruits and baking flavours. Fresh, enveloping and dry in the mouth with savoury and mineral notes. Persistent and harmonious, with a finish of nuts and candied peel.
Suitable for appetizers with delicate finger food. Remarkable with seafood risotto and throughout a complete meal.