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Franciacorta Brut CruPerdu

Item number: BBB00143 SVG 750
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Denomination: Franciacorta DOCG

Grapes: Chardonnay Pinot Nero

Alcohol: 12.5 %

Format: 0,75 l

Type: Bollicine

Region: Lombardy

Origin: Made in Italy

Occasion: Aperitif with friends

Pairing: Fish and shellfish

Allergens: Solfiti

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TASTING NOTES

The Castello Bonomi estate is located in the south of Franciacorta, on the slopes of Monte Orfano, in a unique natural and territorial context, dominated by the magnificent Art Nouveau building that gives its name to the company, with historic cellars that have been restored and integrated into new spaces by the Paladin family since 2008. The southern exposure of the vines, sheltered from the Alpine winds, together with the chalky limestone conglomerate that characterises the subsoil of Monte Orfano, create ideal conditions for top-quality wine growing. The favourable temperature fluctuations and optimal harvest management mean that the grapes ripen perfectly, guaranteeing the ideal balance between acidity and sugars. With CruPerdu we have a Franciacorta Brut that expresses the territoriality and style of the winery to the fullest. It is 1986 and Luigi Bersini, chef de cave of Castello Bonomi finds an abandoned and disused vineyard surrounded and hidden by vegetation, hence the name of this splendid cuvée of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir of the same vintage. The grapes are only processed by soft pressing to obtain the free-run must, after which the wine is fermented in the different plots, and then refined in the bottle for 80 months. Shiny straw yellow in colour and with a fine, elegant perlage, CruPerdu is characterised on the nose by delicately herbaceous notes of tropical fruit and fragrant toasted hints. On the palate, the wine is consistent with the nose, with a clear and superb full flavour, characteristic of Monte Orfano soil. Recommended for drinking on special occasions, paired with shellfish and raw seafood. Read more Read less
THE WINERY

Castello Bonomi

The Castello Bonomi estate, owned by the Paladin family, covers an area of 24 hectares in Franciacorta. The vineyards are enclosed in the marvellous natural amphitheatre of Monte Orfano, and stretch out up to 275 metres above sea level with south, south-east, south-west exposure, in the municipality of Coccaglio. Situated on hilly terrain, the vineyards enjoy a particular microclimate with cool temperate influences that gives the area specific and unique characteristics that allow the grapes to ripen in the optimum manner. The chosen cultivation system and planting layout ensure low production and high quality of the grapes, which come from French rooted vines. Harvesting is conducted entirely by hand, and the yield per hectare is deliberately low: every little detail exemplifies the high quality of each grape. Castello Bonomi owes its name to an Art Nouveau building dating back to the late 19th century: it is the only Chateau in Franciacorta, and now the headquarters of the winery, surrounded by the splendid setting of a terraced garden. The Lombardy winery's range of sparkling wines stand out for their elegance, complex character and mineral flavour, resulting from the magic of the place and the dedication of the winemaking family. Name and address of producer/distributor: Castello Bonomi - Via San Pietro, 46, 25030 Coccaglio BS. Products from this winery should be stored in a cool, dry place away from heat sources.

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