On the nose it gives elegant fruity notes, with roses and red berries scents.


Full and round in the mouth, it has a good freshness with a dry finish.

Growing Conditions

From alluvial terrain, mainly clay – limey. Rich in minerals and microelements which enable the cultivation of grapes which lend themselves well to the production of sparkling wines.


The two varietals are picked at their best ripening time, then softly pressed and their most is immediately racked off. The first fermentation happens at 14-19°C with selected yeasts, followed by decantation in stainlees steel tanks at controlled temperature.
Using Martinotti or Charmat method. Refermentation at low temperature 15°C for more than 2 months, continuing on the fine lees deposit for another month. Then follow stabilization and bottling.


Onion peel in colour, it has a lively froth and a fine perlage.

Food Pairing

Besides being an excellent aperitif, this spumante can be happily matched with all fish dishes such as salmon, shellfish and also with white meats.