Straw-yellow with beautiful golden hues.
Very fine, continuous and persistent perlage. To the nose the wine presents toasty notes and a fruity to mineral range of fragrances.
To the palate it is well balanced, smooth and enjoyable.
Leads to a finish that suggests breadth and elegance.
Lively sapidity and citrusy freshness.
Bottles: 0.75 lt
A wine with a brilliant straw-yellow colour and a fine and persistent perlage. The nose is pleasant offering hints of fruit that blend perfectly with the more complex notes derived from the long ageing of the wine on its lees. The palate is direct, with no compromises: a generous, pervasive and natural taste, as no sugar is added during the disgorgement phase.
A Metodo Classico spumante with an antique pink colour created by the presence of Pinot noir that, together with its 24-month sojourn in fresh cellars, endows this product with an inimitable refinement and aroma. Each bottle is marked with the date of its degorgement. The wine has a fairly clear pink peal-of-onion colour and a very fine, continuous and persistent perlage. It is fresh, clean and of medium intensity on the nose, with flowery, vegetable and fruity aromas.
Made with Chardonnay grapes harvested and vinified directly by the Pisoni family, this spumante is produced according to Metodo Classico with a second fermentation in the bottle - known as “champenoise” in France. Each bottle is dated and marked with the year of its vintage and degorgement. This spumante has an attractive, lustrous straw yellow colour with greenish tinges and a fine, timid yet persistent perlage. This wine is ample, refined and immediate on the nose, with fruity notes followed by flowery tones and concluding with an intense aroma created by the long period of contact between wine and yeast.
Bottles: 1.50 lt
Obtained by refermenting of Chardonnay grapes, this extremely elegant and refined spumante owns its unique characteristics to the barrique aging process used for its base wine together with its long resting period - 36 months - in cellars dug straight into the rock. Each bottle is dated and marked with the year of its vintage and degorgement. The wine has a luminous, straw yellow colour with a fine and persistent perlage. It is highly complex on the nose, with fruity notes melding with flowery tones and vegetable perfumes. It also has an intense aroma of yeast and bread crusts created by its prolonged permanence on its own lees.