Remaining true to our Italian roots, we practice Metodo Italiano to craft our sparkling wines. Invented in 1895 in Asti by Federico Martinotti, widely known as the Charmat Method, we add a liqueur de tirage (mixture of sugar and yeast) to our still wine in a sealed tank. This induces a second fermentation with CO2. We fine the wine afterwards and add the dosage (mixture of sugar and wine). The final wine is immediately bottled under pressure to preserve its sparkling, fresh, fruity characteristics.
A ravishing and mischievous frizzante, this rosé sparkling wine is crafted in small batches to elevate your most simple moments into luxurious celebrations. We instill the Charmat Method (Metodo Italiano) using an alluring soiree of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir to entice a creamy, rounded mouthfeel. Notes of strawberry, watermelon, and citrus blossom swirl in tiny bubbles that leave you with a captivating brush of peach and gentle acidity.