Is a rosé spumante produced using the long Charmat method, with 8 months in vats that give its fineness and special perlage. It opens with floral notes, followed by fruit and ends with toasted bread. On the palate it is complex due to its marked acidity and balanced smoothness.
The name Brusio D'Era evokes the murmur of bubbles in the flute, similar to the waters of the Era River that flows through the valley and borders the estate, it is also reminiscent of the people chatting relaxedly.
The label bears a Magpie attracted by the sparkling bubbles.