Ca' del Bosco Franciacorta Brut Cuvee Rose
With no less than 30 times the maximum score in the Gambero Rosso, Ca'Del Bosco is one of the most successful wineries in Italy. This traditional sparkling wine is made in the Franciacorta area, between Brescia and Bergamo, by Lake Iseo. The mountains and the lake have a favorable influence on the wine. The soil and the same grape varieties as in the champagne ensure that this wine has become a formidable competitor of the well-known champagnes.
Grape variety: 25% Chardonnay, 75% Pinot Nero.
Wine type: Sparkling rose wine bottle yeast.
Appellation: DOCG Franciacorta
Harvest year: N / A
Beautifully dry and fruity, fresh, berries, elegant wine with a fine persistent perlage. The combination of Pinto Nero and Chardonnay give a wonderfully tight sparkling wine with fruity notes of strawberry and raspberry.
In the area of Franciacorta, between Brescia and Bergamo, near Lake Iseo is the great winery Ca 'del Bosco located. This winery belongs to the absolute top and produces great Franciacorta of such a quality that many renowned champagne houses can draw a tip. In addition to the Franciacorta Brut Cuvee Prestige, Ca 'del Bosco has a whole range of absolute top wines such as the curtefranco rosso and curtefranco bianco, as well as the very scarce Ca' del Bosco Pinéro del Sebino, which is based on pinot noir and is highly recommended. chardonnay de Ca 'del Bosco Chardonnay Terre di Franciacorta DOC.
The mountains and the lake have a beneficial effect on the wine. The soil and the same grape varieties as in champagne ensure that this wine has become a formidable competitor to the well-known champagnes. Bottle aging is done for 25 to 37 months, creating very elegant, internationally appreciated wine. It is a blend of young and reserve wines. Nicely dry and fruity, fresh, sweet, elegant wine with a fine persistent perlage. Ca 'del Bosco is owned by Maurizio Zanella, one of the main producers in the area, if not all of Italy. Zanella played a major role in the Italian wine renaissance of the past decades. Zanella's work led to the Franciacorta area gaining DOCG status in 1995. This status only applies to sparkling wines according to the metodo tradizionale (the way French Champagne is made).
With no less than 30 times the maximum score in the Gambero Rosso, Ca 'Del Bosco is one of the most appreciated and successful wineries in Italy. The company is located in a spectacular modern building, beautifully situated in the hills and surrounded by 160 ha of vineyard. Art plays a major role there. The most modern techniques are used in the cellars.
|Type of Wine
|Ca del Bosco
|Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
|Dry, Fresh, Fruity, Lightly sweet, Red fruit, Tense
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