The nose is very delicate, with floral and fruity hints of citrus fruit and dried apricots.


On the palate, the bubbles are gentle and delicate, the fine fruity notes come through again, the finish is tangy and dry.

Growing Conditions

Glera trained on double-arched canes on the western slope of the Quercia.
The soil has a boulder clay mixture of glacial origins and the climate is pre-alpine cool temperate with average rainfall of 1250 mm/year.


Manual in crates


Bottling on the fourth new moon of the year following the harvest. Further ageing for at least four months at 2000 metres at the foot of Mount Civetta in the heart of the Dolomites.


Destemming and pressing of the grapes, indigenous foot inoculation and fresh fermentation.


Ageing on the yeasts over the winter.


Straw yellow in colour, can be slightly hazy due to the presence of suspended yeasts.