Bottega White Gold Pinot Nero Spumante Brut 75cl

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Country Italy
Region Veneto
Brand Bottega S.p.A.
Grape Variety Pinot Nero
Size 75cl
ABV 12%
Closure Type Cork
Vintage NV
Maturity Drink Now and up to 1 Year
Food Match Fantastic aperitif or paired with fresh shellfish
Style Dry, fresh and delicate
Bottega White Gold is pure Pinot Nero sparkling wine. Presented in a metallic white gold bottle, this sparkling wine has a brilliant, fine perlage with delicate, flowery, bouquet with hints of white fruit and dried fruit. In the mouth it has a dry, velvety fresh taste and persistent on the finish.
Country Of Origin: Italy

Bottega S.p.A. is an award-winning estate built inside a renovated and expanded 19th century manor house (Villa Rosina) and surrounded by ten hectares of vineyards.  It’s located in tiny Bibano di Godega di Sant’Urbano, 45 km north of Venice and in the heart of Italy’s Prosecco and grappa-producing Veneto region.

 

Founder Aldo Bottega, a master distiller with more than 30 years experience in this sector, inherited from his grandfather, (himself a skillful wine merchant during the 20s,) the passion for the world of winemaking.  In 1983, when Aldo Bottega died, his son Sandro took over as President of the company, with the help of his sister Barbara and his brother Stefano. In 1992 production commenced of Il Vino dei Poeti, a Prosecco sparkling wine. Between 2009 and 2011 they acquired the direct management of two wineries in Valpolicella and Montalcino, in order to control directly the production of Amarone, Brunello and the great red wines of these areas.

 

In 2013 Distilleria Bottega Srl increased the share capital and changed it's name to Bottega S.p.A.  Today Bottega a distributes its products in more than 120 countries worldwide.

 

The grapes originate from vineyards in the hills (100-300 meters above sea level) and are characterized by marine sedimentary soils with fine clays. The grapes are manually harvested in wooden cases. It follows the vinification in white with immediate separation of the must from the skins. The wine obtained goes through the sparkling process which takes place in autoclave at 14° C with selected yeasts specific for Pinot Noir. The process has a duration of between 40 and 60 days and includes the daily pump-over of the product. The wine is then stabilized for a week at a temperature of -5° C and finally filtered and bottled.

Country Of Origin: Italy

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