Ca’del Bosco, Franciacorta, Cuvée Prestige, NV, Extra Brut, ABV 12.5%. 🇮🇹
Here is a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Nero varieties, with a dosage at disgorgement introducing only 1 gram of sugar per liter, making this an Extra Brut sparkling wine (6 g/l max), coming from Franciacorta DOCG in the Lombardy region of Italy. Franciacorta sparklers are known for being produced with a second fermentation in the bottle and prolonged aging on the “lees” á la Méthode Champenoise. 🍾🥂
This is a beautiful representation. It’s pale gold, bone-dry, and offers toasty, bready notes next to tart, youthful peach, pear, and apple, lemon pith, blanched almonds, desiccated white flower, and wet slate. 💕
This wine is bright, elegant, and focused. It could cut through butter and is a delicious pairing with creamy, soft cheeses.👌👌👌
Cheers! — 5 days ago
Az. Agri. S. Cristina Lugana DOC 2020: Great balance. Beautiful acidity. Clean refreshing taste. Lots of minerals & lemon and a perfectly long, savory finish. This was an excellent white wine (honestly one of my most favorites of this Italian trip so far); a perfect way to enjoy our last dinner in Bellaria! Cheers🍷 — 4 days ago
Man. I love this. Elite authenticity.
Nose is pleasantly briny. Strawberry. Umami. Earth. Almost an earth perfume. Simply beautiful.
Palate is mature aged strawberry. So balanced Still so bright.
God this is so authentic and so well made. So interesting. So much character.
Like drinking incredibly well made burgundy from like slb. So authentic and foe a wine lover this is what you want.
Bought from fass selections. — 23 days ago
Crisp, dry, slight hint of oak. Light nearly clear color. Tasted June 17, 2021 — a month ago
A real Lambrusco di Mantova, perfect companion to mantovian dish. Incredibly drinkable lightly cooled and fresh!
Dazu: Maccheroncini con asino (Sugo vom Esel) — 15 days ago