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One of the most classic and popular wines of the Giordano assortment. Fresh and cheerful, is made from selected grapes and vinified with a delicate fresh fermentation, separating the skins from the must immediately after crushing.
Franciacorta is widely regarded as Italy's finest sparkling wine made by metodo classico, i.e. the so-called classic way to produce sparkling wine, popularly known as the Champagne method, méthode classique or traditional method. With this method the effervescence is produced by a secondary fermentation in the bottle. It’s made by blending different vintages of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir - and includes a second fermentation in the bottle with at least 24 months contact on the yeast. Franciacorta was the first Italian sparkling wine produced exclusively by the Traditional Method to win, in 1995, the Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin (DOCG) and in the same year the recognition of the Franciacorta production method. Just like “Champagne”, the single term "Franciacorta" identifies indeed both the growing area, the production method, and the wine.
Sweet white wine, born from the grape Moscato, which finds its ideal terroir in the southern Piedmont between the provinces of Asti, Alessandria and Cuneo. The winemaking and sparkling process includes a cooling phase, which originates a fragrant wine, sweet and aromatic.
An attractive Pinot-based sparkling dry white wine obtained according to the traditional Italian "Charmat" method, that is with the second fermentation in special autoclaves, from which the wine gets its typical bubbles.