Its soft pink color and perlage will win you over. The Pinot Nero grape is clearly perceived, it gives us great refinement and a rare pleasantness to drink. It is delicious throughout the meal, but it goes beautifully with crayfish, complex fish-based first courses or Trofie with pesto.
Soft pressing of the Pinot Noir grapes and choice of the must. Subsequent blending with a small percentage of Chardonnay. Tirage in March and aging on the lees for about 30 months
2021. Wins the 4 Rose Camune of the Ass. Italiana Sommelier
2020. Wins the Gold Medal at the CSWWC in London and wins the Best Rosé award among all the sparkling wines in competition.