Brut cuvèe n°4
|Color||amber colour, with an intense straw yellow|
|Bouquet||intense and complex, with fruity tastes of apple quince, pineapple, yellow melon and toasted hazelnuts|
|Taste||Freshness masterfully refreshing, supported by an elegant savory vein and a body never stingy in terms of texture and richness|
|Fermentation & Ageing||in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature, while the remaining10% will complete the fermentation in French oak barrels for 6 months|
Provaglio d'Iseo (BS)Lombardia
Franciacorta is one of the best area for wine cultivation, . Since the Roman Empire wine cultivation has been a constantthanks to its favourable climatic and soil conditions. Though it experience good and bad periods alike, viticulture in these lands never stopped.
A Millesimè excellent throughout the meal, paired with wild meats, roasted and grilled poultry. A joyfull toast, perfectly combined with sea bass or grilled prawns. It's perfect to enjoy with everyone but it is especially good when tasted with friends.
Bersi Serlini Domaine finds its origin in the MiddleAge; in the related Abbazia di San Pietro in Lamosa, the Cluny Monks built the originary construction of our wine cellar: a dependence with farming and wine producing purpose. Big walls, made with field stones, with amazing barrel, groined and ribbed vaults.
After 700 years of Cluny Monks, the property became private and in 1886 it was acquired by Bersi Serlini Family; it has been expanded in the second half of ‘900 from the grandpa, the Lawyer Piero Bersi Serlini and then restored under the visionary guide of the son Arturo. Arturo was the person who produced in 1970 the very first bottle of Brut in Franciacorta.