Sparkling wines

We have the sparkling process of Nebbiolo in our DNA: the first attempts to produce “bubbles” date back to the Seventies.
New York, 1984: a bottle of Brut Rosé ranks first in a review dedicated to the classic Italian method. Reported by both the New York Times and the Daily News: it is the beginning of a fascinating adventure.
Over the years, with pride, we have enriched this production which today boasts two vintage rosés produced from Chiavennasca and a small percentage of Pignola and Rossola.
Cuvée Maria Vittoria, a rosé nature that ages on the lees for at least 60 months, is the pride of our company.

Cuvée Maria Vittoria

Rosé Nature Millesimato

First year of production 2007
Chiavennasca 92%, Pignola 4%, Rossola 4%
Municipalities of Ponte in Valtellina and Teglio
South, 500 - 730 m a.s.l.
90 q.li/ha
The sparkling base rests in steel until the spring following the harvest. After the draft, it ages on its lees for at least 60 months before disgorgement.
Antique pink colour. Subtle and continuous perlage. On the nose it is elegant, intense, with notes of violet, pastry and wild strawberries. In the mouth it is fresh, dry, complex with excellent structure and persistence.
Appetizers, fish, crustaceans, traditional dishes like “pizzocheri” and oriental cuisine.
10°C
0,75 L
1,5 L

Brut Rosé

Metodo Classico Millesimato

First year of production 1980
Chiavennasca 92%, Pignola 4%, Rossola 4%
Municipalities of Ponte in Valtellina and Teglio
South, 500 - 730 m a.s.l.
90 q.li/ha
The sparkling base rests in steel until the spring following the harvest. After the draft, it ages on its lees for at least 36 months before disgorgement
Typical colour of onion skin. Fine and continuous perlage. Intense aroma with notes of yeast, plum, walnut. In the mouth it is dry and fragrant, with a good structure and persistent freshness. Excellent drinkability.
Appetizers based on fish and shellfish, white meat and traditional dishes like “pizzocheri”.
10°C
0,75 L
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