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Elisabetta Abrami

Franciacorta Rosé

Sparkling wine from Lombardy

Alcohol: 12,50%
Grape: 30% Chardonnay, 70% Pinot Noir
Production: 10,000 bottles
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Hand-picked Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes evolve in a Franciacorta Rosé D.O.C.G. an elegant wine with faint and clear colour, scents of red fruits and a full and persistent taste, as well as with a fine fizz. Definitely a perfect choice for any sort of main course, but distinctively superb with red and white meat dishes.

Decantation: Addition of selected yeasts and fermentation in stainless steel tanks. The cuvée is made in spring. After the addition of sugar syrup and yeast for secondary fermentation, it is bottled and stacked on its side to aid re-fermentation and slow refinement
Refinement: At least 24 months on the yeasts in steel tanks/oak barriques and minimum 3 months of post degorgement

Tasting note


Aging Potential: 2 years

Aging: 24 months on the yeasts

Alcohol: 12,50%

Appellation: Franciacorta DOCG

Bottle size: 0.75

Grape: 30% Chardonnay, 70% Pinot Noir

Harvest: 2019

Pairing: White meats, game and cheese

Production: 10,000 bottles

Region: Lombardy

Serve: 8 °C

Type of wine: Sparkling

Elisabetta Abrami

Excellent wine is brought to life in our vineyards through: careful vine selection, a low vine density per hectare, manual grape harvesting at peak ripeness, a low production per vine and a high degree of respect towards the environment.

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Franciacorta unique taste

The unique characteristics of Franciacorta wine are achieved through the all-important meticulous and accurate selection of the land and of the grape variety. Great importance is placed on the grape pressing phase: only the best must, obtained from the soft and gentle first press, is used in the production of Elisabetta Abrami wine.

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