After carefully controlling the state of maturation, harvesting takes place in the 2nd week of september, after being de-stemmed and crushed they undergo a controlled temperature maceration to maintain a high sugar content. Then follows the draining of 60% of the free drawn wine,the must is then cooled and put into pressurized tanks. The fermentation is thermostatically controlled; once the wine begins to spume it is put into bottles.
A Naturally occurring effervescent wine, no carbonation is added. A sweet wine with a ruby red and purplish reflection. Full bodied and vinous with notes of violets together with raspberry and blueberry jams, smooth and fragrant.
Food Suggestions All desserts, biscuits, jams, strawberries, peaches, fruit salads, spicy cheeses and roast chestnuts.