> This sparkling wine has its origin in an area with a unique microclimate and soil composition, where vines find their ideal conditions for ripening.
> Glera grapes are grown on plains or on slightly sloping areas, with alluvial medium-textured soils rich in clay.
> The mild climate and quite regular rainfall favor the ripening process, leading to good acid balance and sugar values.
> Around mid-September, grapes reach ideal conditions; they are harvested and moved to the winery in order to prevent mechanical
damages and premature oxidation.
> Grapes are gently pressed removing the stems, the must is separated from the skins to avoid contact with substances that may make the
wine sour, bitter and unstable.
> The first fermentation occurs in steel tanks with the addition of selected yeasts. In accordance to the Martinotti method, the second
fermentation occurs in cuve close at a controlled temperature of 15 °C, to preserve the primary aromas of the grapes.
> At the end of the process, the wine is cold stabilized, filtered and bottled