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Food Pairings for Le Quattro Terre Franciacorta Brut DOCG
A fresh Brut with a balanced and pleasant acidity. The clean aroma heightens the flavour and dryness of the taste. Staw yellow in colour, persistent and fine perlage. Elegant and delicate with notes of flowers and yellow fruit tipical of Chardonnay. Smooth and full in the mouth, with a pleasant overall sensory balace.
Expressing onself through a wine means conveying one's essence, uniqueness and point of view to every bunch of grapes and ensuring that they go into every bottle unchanged and from there in every glass. A Franciacorta Brut that is fresh and austere, pleasantly acid, absoltely balanced and extraordinarily pleasing.
Aged 7 months in Steel.
Aged 18 months in Other.
Notes: It ages on yeasts for at least 18 months
|Alcohol: 12.5%||pH: 3.09|
|Sugar: 5.0 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 6.5 grams per liter|
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