Alta Langa

Winemaking Philosophy

The Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards used to produce this sparkling wine are located in the Alta Langa at an average altitude of 500 metres above sea level. 

The sedimentary soils are of marine origin, calcareous with alternating layers of marl and sand. 
Temperature-controlled fermentation takes place and the wine rests and clarifies (separately) on the lees until the following Spring, when the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are blended and the liqueur de tirage is added. 
After a minimum of 30 months' bottle ageing at a temperature of 15 °C, the wine is riddled, then disgorged and dosed. 
After another few months spent ageing in the bottle, we have an elegant and harmonious Alta Langa Brut, the perfect aperitif.

Tasting Notes
  • Colour: straw yellow with a fine, persistent perlage.
  • Bouquet: the aromas range from crusty bread to yeast and dried fruit, with some floral notes.
  • Palate: full and rich, with good acidity and a creamy sensation created by the fine sparkle, which cleans the mouth and conveys a nice aromatic persistency.
Statistical information
  • Grape variety: Pinot Noir 80% / Chardonnay 20%
  • Alcohol: 12.50 % vol.
  • Sugar Content: 6 g/l ±2 % vol.
  • Appellation: Alta Langa DOCG
  • Aging: Minimum 30 months bottle ageing at a temperature of 15 °C.
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