Brusio D'Era No Vintage spumante rosato brut
Brusio /bru-sì-o/ [onomatopoeic voice] s. m.
1 Mild and prolonged noise of flowing waters, of branches and leaves moved by the wind,
2 Confused and indistinct sound, resulting from the simultaneous murmuring of several people,
3 sound of the fine and persistent perlage of the Brusio D’Era of Le Palaie, Spumante Method Charmat Rosé Brut, light pink color, good brilliance, perfume that opens with slight floral sensations, proceeding with hints of fruit and, on the finish, toasted bread.
Taste complex. It contrasts the marked acidity with a balanced sugar content
Hilly of medium assortment tending to sandy, rather loose and poor in nutrients.
Low-spurred cordon with high density (6600 plants per hectare) arranged at a slope lands, with very low yields.
manual in boxes
Direct soft pressing of the whole grapes. Must it is made limpid with the reduction of the temperature to 4 degrees for 12 hours with subsequent purification and implementation of selected yeasts. Alcoholic fermentation conducted slowly at 16 degrees for about three weeks.
For six months it is kept on fine lees in suspension to ensure a good supply of mannoproteins. The wine is placed in an autoclave in contact with the yeasts, which are periodically stirred with the wine itself, using propeller stirrers. This serves to have a richer complexity of aromas. This phase lasts 11 months.
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