Treviso Millesimato Brut
Code product: R10
Code product: R10
Glera and Pinot Nero
Clear glass 75 cl “Monterossa 750 gr.” or “Bacco 560 gr.” bottles
A white wine glass
Drink within two years after the vintage, in order to enjoy its freshness to the full.
The Glera and Pinot Nero grapes come from vineyards on the plain in the Province of Treviso. The soils are a mixture of clay and limestone.
Harvest: By hand, in early September for the Pinot Nero grapes and at the end of September for the Glera.
The Glera grapes undergo traditional white wine vinification, after a soft pressing. For the Pinot Nero grapes, vinification takes place following destalking, crushing and subsequent maceration on the skins for 48 hours at a temperature of 10-12°C; the fermentation process is slow, at a controlled temperature of 18°C. Subsequently, the wines are racked and stored separately at a controlled low temperature in stainless steel tanks, where they mature on their fine lees for around three months.
In this phase, we proceed with creating a cuvée of the Glera (87%) and Pinot Nero (13%) wines. This
is then made sparkling by the Charmat Method, the procedure traditionally adopted for making youthful, delicate, fruity wines. The prise de mousse – by means of natural refermentation in pressurized tanks – lasts some 20-25 days, while the wine continues to remain on its lees for at least two months. Maturation, first in autoclaves and then in bottle, lasts for a further 2 months.
Excellent as an aperitif or drunk throughout a meal with typical Italian pasta or rice dishes and main courses of fish, fresh cheeses, or cold cuts. It also makes a surprising accompaniment for the most representative dishes of international cuisine.
Its colour is a bright pink; the bubbles are fine and persistent
Fruity, with hints of apples and blackberries, and with faint notes of wild strawberries and raspberries
Flavor: Dry and well-balanced; attractively tangy