For the first time at our stand: discover the new products of some of our associated producers. Blanc de Blancs Alta Langa, Nizza Riserva DOCG with screwcap and Chianti il Cavaliere Organic…
The appellation requires a minimum of 30 months on the fine yeast in the bottle to qualify as DOCG.
The first italian Classic Method was born in 1865 in Piedmont – Canelli – a village nearby Loazzolo.
Loazzolo is one of the selected Villages of the Upper Langa.
Starting in the early 1980s, the Galliano Family began experimenting with Chardonnay and Pinot Nero to produce Classic/Champagne Method Sparkling Wines.
Perfect on its own or as an aperitif accompanied by shellfish, raw fish and fresh cheeses.
This 100% Barbera is with the union of the 3 Nizza vineyards (CEC, Margherita and Vegia).
It is raised in new tonneaux and then rests for at least 4 years in the bottle before going on the market.
Nose: full of fruity and floral scents,
Notes of wild berries and leather blend finely with hints of spice and flint.
Taste: full-bodied with lively and fragrant tannins.
The finish is excellent, long and persistent.
CHIANTI DOCG 2019 IL CAVALIERE
Sangiovese 90%, Canaiolo 5%,
Rich bouquet of black cherry fruits.
On the palate it’s bright supported by well integrated tannins.
pasta with grilled sausage & eggplant, wild boar or tomato & cannellini bean soup.