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Contadi Castaldi 1 bottle Magnum - Franciacorta Brut DOCG in a wooden case

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It is a lively brut, rich in fragrance, which prefers smoothness and an accessible sensory language, a balanced and versatile style.
The glass has a straw yellow color with greenish reflections, animated by a fine and persistent perlage. The nose is fresh, with floral notes of linden, nuances of citrus, white peach and green pepper. The mouth is tight and crunchy, fresh and vertical, savory, refined and with a very pleasant persistent finish.

Packaging: 1 1.5 liter Magnum bottle with wooden case
Grapes: Chardonnay 80%, Pinot Noir 10%, Pinot Blanc 10%
Vinification: Soft pressing, cold static decantation, Inoculation with selected yeasts, fermentation for 20 days in stainless steel, malolactic fermentation carried out partially.
First ageing: 7 months, partly in steel and partly in barrique
Aging on the lees: 20 to 26 months
Post-disgorgement refinement: 3 - 4 months
Dosage: 6 g/l



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Contadi Castaldi è una delle cantine emblematiche per la storia millenaria della Franciacorta. Una delle numerose cave presenti su questo territorio ha dato vita alla fornace Biasca, l’antico fabbricato che oggi ospita la cantina. Nella seconda metà del Novecento, Vittorio Moretti rilevò la fornace dismessa per un principale motivo, legato ai ricordi di infanzia della moglie Mariella che in quel posto, appartenuto alla sua madrina, passava i pomeriggi del doposcuola. Negli anni ’80, Vittorio e Mariella decidono insieme di convertire la fornace in una cantina, sfruttandone gli ampi volumi e le lunghe gallerie di cottura dei mattoni, perfetti per affinare i loro spumanti e accogliere gli appassionati di vino. Così, l’antico luogo di lavoro ha cambiato la propria funzionalità rivolgendosi alla terra e alla vigna, ma non ha tradito le sue origini mantenendo intatta la sobrietà e la serenità delle aziende agricole lombarde.
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