Spumante Cruasé Brut Rosé Metodo Classico DOCG - Mazzolino 2018
|VARIETY||Pinot Nero 100%|
|PAIRING||First courses - Fish - Sushi|
The “Cruasé” Rosé Brut Metodo Classico is a sparkling wine made from grapes harvested manually in small boxes, with multiple harvesting steps depending on the different parcels in August. The bunches, taken to the cellar, undergo a short maceration before being pressed sequentially. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in steel tanks at a controlled temperature of around 18-20 °C. Once the base wine has been obtained, the liquer de tirage is added for second fermentation and refermentation in the bottle on its own yeasts, with a duration of approximately 44 months for the "Cruasé". After the period of refinement on the yeasts, we proceed to disgorgement and the addition of the liquer de tirage to reach the desired level of sweetness, typically of the Brut category.
The wine has a light salmon pink color with coppery nuances and a fine and persistent perlage. The aromatic profile includes fragrances of red berries, such as raspberry, wild strawberry and blueberry, accompanied by notes of white flowers, rosemary, lemon peel, almond and toasted bread crust. In the mouth it is soft, silky and fresh, with a lively liveliness and remarkable balance, completed by a light savory note that blends with the aromas of red fruits.