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franciacorta_brut

Vigna Dorata
Franciacorta Brut

Wine name
Franciacorta D.O.C.G. “Brut”.

Grape variety
Chardonnay 80%, Pinot Nero 20%

Soil composition
Alluvional morain soil of early origin with an extremely sandy structure and very frequent presence of morain stones.

Vineyard
village of Cazzago San Martino.

Exposure and height
South-west exposure with light slope, 230 meters above sea-level.

Growing and training system and plant spacing
Cordon and Guyot training system, density of 5000 plants per ha.

Yield
80 ql./ha

Harvest timing
Between the end of August and early September. Grapes are harvested by hand in small crates in the coolest hours of the morning.

Vinification
Soft pressing of whole grapes by pneumatic press. The first fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature after the addition of selected yeasts.

Foam formation
The cuvee, a blend of the vinified grapes from the winery’s different vineyards is made just before tirage which usually takes place in april and May.

Disgorging
Generally after 24 months when aging has given reached the required characteristics disgourging is carried out by priming with of Liqueur d’expedition; at the end the Brut is around 5-6 g/l of sugar. After refining in the winery for three months, Franciacorta Brut DOCG is ready for shipping and tasting.

Sizes
0,375l – 0,75l – 1,5l

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