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Tmong the many mentions by the press specialized in the field of wine production, the Monsupello BRUT ROSE’ has won the first Three Cups in the history of the sparkling rosé wines on the Wines of Italy Guide Gambero Rosso in 2010 and the title of Great Wine the Slow Wine Guide 2011.
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Color: salmon pink of medium intensity.
Fine and persistent Perlage.
Bouquet: the nose shows moderately evolved, fruity, fine and elegant. There are the typical aroma of bread crust, ripe apple and rose hip.
Taste: dry with a pleasant freshness that gives the palate with a good persistence and structure.
|Vines and plants||Pinot Nero 95%, Chardonnay 5%|
|Production area||Torricella Verzate and Oliva Gess|
|Vinification||The vinification in pink begins with a short period of cold storage in an inert environment of the grapes in the press, for the extraction of the coloring part from the skins of Pinot Noir.|
|Maturation||After a period of aging in steel, the cuvè is made which undergoes protein and tartaric stabilization and filtration; in the "tirage" it is put into champagne bottles together with a liqueur de tirage.|
|Service temperature||6 ° / 8 °|
|Alcohol content in %Vol||13.3|
|Pairings||The classic "all meal" sparkling wine. Ideal if served as an aperitif in combination with cold cuts, including the typical Varzi salami, or coppa Piacentina or pancetta. Excellent with fish or meat-based risotto.|
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