Vigna Dorata’s Rosé is produced from Pinot Noir grapes, which are vinified in stainless steel tanks with maceration on punched down skins for a few hours depending on the year. The aforementioned procedure gives this wine its peculiar, delicate and elegant colour. The must is subsequently separated from the pomace and completes its fermentation at a controlled temperature.
Tirage takes place during March and April, wherease foam formation and maturation on stacks can take from 24 to 36 months, depending on the year in the controlled temperature of our aging rooms.
When the Rosé has reached the desired maturity, “Liqueur d’expedition”, prepared with vintage wines, is added for disgorging. This wine is only sold to the public in the “Brut” version and contains a sugar residue of aproximately 7 g/l. After a three month-refining in the winery the Franciacorta DOCG is bottled and ready for shipping.
LENGTH OF TIME ON THE YEASTS