Passerina Spumante Brut Millesimato

Tarà

We walk the path of the Martinotti Method because it is an all-Italian piece of history, because a glass of bubbles induces an immediate smile, because the Passerina grape variety benefits from the second fermentation in autoclave which amplifies the wheel of perfumes, while maintaining the wine’s freshness and salinity.
The Passerina Brut inspires an imaginary made of joy and celebration. With this spirit we vinify it, whishing that it will be a source of joy for you as much as it is for us to produce it.
There is an explosion of spring flowers, with memories of cedar, tasty peaches and crunchy white cherries. The perlage, or mousse, is fine with imperceptible sweetness offering a decisive, confident sip that describes the territory

GRAPES
Passerina
SPARKLING WINE BOTTLE
0.75cl
SERVING TEMPERATURE
6/8°C
FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION
1991
NUMBER OF BOTTLES
20.000
YIELD/HECTARE
11 t
TRAINING SYSTEM
Espalier, double guyot.
REFINEMENT
Aging in autoclave for 3 months on fine lees and then 3 months in the bottle.
Tenuta Cocci Grifoni - Le Tenute - Passerina Spumante Brut Tarà

The flower is rich in petals and its perfume is intense: we like this of the honeysuckle, climbing like the vine and lively like our Passerina Spumante.

GRAPES

Passerina

SPARKLING WINE BOTTLE

0,75 L

SERVING TEMPERATURE

8°C

SOIL COMPOSITION

Clayey-sandy with southeast exposure and elevation, from 230 to 250 m a.sl.

CARES IN THE PREPARATION

Cares in the preparation: Manual harvest, from the first ten days of September.
White vinification, thermo-conditioned at 15°C.

Talking about microclimate, soils, the set of factors that determine the uniqueness of a territory, what is called terroir, is of primary importance.

These elements define the character of a wine, they influence its sensorial traits.
Aromas and flavors will develop during fermentation and maturation, enriching the wine with hints that originate in the nature of a specific territory.

All this creates the peculiarities that see the first and main gustatory definition in the vine within a macro-area.

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