TheFranciacorta DOCG Mia Dusatit's aclassic method sparkling wineproduced byFranche-Comté, a small companyartisanalin the classic area of Franciacorta in the province of Brescia, the heart of Lombardy, withvineyardsowned located in the municipalities ofAdro,Corte FrancaAndProvaglio.
ThisFranciacortais a selection ofchardonnay grapescoming frombest exhibits,fermentedAndrefermentedin bottle according toclassic methodwith permanence on the lees in the bottle for at least 24 months, to obtain aelegant winebuteasy to drink.
Mia Dusat from Franche-Comtéshows up sincestraw yellow color but brilliantand on the palate it is characterized by amouthdecided, but fromclosuredry.
My Dusatit's athin bubble,endbutnice sharp,almost sharpbecause it is not softened by dosage (therefore sugar and the like). Perfect for those looking for bubbles tooauthenticityand thetasteof grapeswithout compromises.
TheFranciacorta DOCG Mia Dusat from Franca countyit's a bubble "no sugar", Ideal for those who lovedry dry winesor to inaugurate a meal.
And thebest choicealso to start with a wine route: start with afirst toastwith thisbubble,of level,but pretty dry.
As thegood classic method, for this bottle we need onelow temperature: keep it in a sheltered place, but before uncorking keep it at least all morning in the refrigerator.
ThegrapesOfchardonnayI'msquashedin avacuum presswhich allows not to disperseperfumesAndflavorsof grapesin phase ofsqueezing.
Draft done, thisFranciacortaremains at least24 months on the leesbefore the disgorgement phase.
Thedosageis carried out with thesame wineof other bottles.
Located a few steps from Brescia and Lake Iseo, theFranciacortait's afamous areafor theproductionof the homonymous wine, the Franciacorta DOCG; it extends for about 200 km and embraces 19 municipalities in Brescia.
The influence of the lake climate with its temperature ranges, the hilly landscape and the presence of heterogeneous plots with high permeability make this moraine area the ideal place forgive life to a wine of excellence.
The Franciacorta soil is essentially of morainic derivation: it is in fact made up, for the most part, of deposits transported in the last 700,000 years by the ancient glacier, the Oglio glacier. It is a very very particular terrain, rich in sand and silt, in which there are stones of different shapes, nature and color. Large boulders alternate with small fragments, pebbles and gravel.