Lonato – Brescia
The Morainic Hills were formed during the Quaternary period, characterized by fertile soils of clay and fi ne gravel.
Red grapes varieties.
PRODUCTION PER HECTARE
Manual, beginning of September.
Light pressing and fermentation under controlled temperatures ensure that all the best aromatic molecules present in the grapes are transferred to the must. Rosé colour is obtained by maceration of whole grapes for several hours at low temperature. The sparkling wine base re-ferments in autoclaves according to the Charmat method for 3 months. Malolactic fermentation is not carried out.
Bright, rosè colour, delicate and lingering perlage. Hints of rose, cherry, raspberry, strawberry, tropical fruit. Harmonious, persistent and vibrant in the mouth, with a pleasant acidulous perception and black cherry and cherry fruity notes. It has a long finish that carries some smooth and gentle notes.
Perfect with shellfish, raw seafood and with spicy fish soups. It pairs very well with pizza and cured meats. Excellent as an aperitif and for a toast at the end of the meal.