Brut Pinot Nero VSQ Classic Method Brut Millesimato Monsupello
The Monsupello Brut Classese since 2008 the vintage loses the denomination and the Classese brand due to a company decision to focus exclusively on the qualitative seriousness of the Monsupello brand. The 2008 Brut itself is crowned with Tre Bicchieri by the 2014 Italian Wines Guide and Great Wine by the 2014 Slow Wine Guide.
It was awarded at the V ° Banco d'Assaggio di Torgiano in 1986 (the first Oltrepò wine awarded by this prestigious competition) and won the Asti Douja d'Or Oscar in 1993.
Among other mentions, the gold medal at the Banco d'Assaggio VINI da PESCE in Ancona in 2008, the excellence at the Espresso Wine Guide of Italy in 2009.
Monsupello CLASSESE obtained the Tre Bicchieri on the Gambero Rosso 2012 Wines Guide (with the 2004 vintage) and 2013 (with the 2006 vintage).
- Vines and plants
- 90% Pinot Nero, 10% Chardonnay
- Production area
- Torricella Verzate and Oliva Gessi
- The white vinification begins with the soft pressing of the whole grapes, which leads to the separation of the must from the marc; in different containers the free run must is separated from the second pressing must.
- The post-fermentation refinement on the yeast rinds lasts at least 55 months, before moving on to the remuage of the bottles on the pupitres.
- Bottle Capacity
- 750 ml.
- Alcohol content in %Vol
- Service temperature
- 6 ° / 8 °
- Excellent as an aperitif and throughout the meal, in particular paired with smoked salmon, oysters, seafood, scallops, risotto with seafood, tagliolini with shellfish, Ligurian sea bass, snapper, sea bream, turbot, ideal with mixed fried food.