Making a traditional method Sauvignon in itself might seem like an odd choice and doing it in the Reggio Emilia hills could even appear downright eccentric.
However, the altitude of the vineyards, considerable temperature variations and well-suited soils mean that the idea is not quite as crazy as you might think.
This traditional method wine with a dynamic and original twist features lively acidity, a balanced flavour and a surprising potential to improve with age.
The fine, lingering bead paves the way to a breezy bouquet of wildflowers and green apples, along with a hint of freshly baked bread. Complementing the multi-faceted array of aromas are the notes on the palate. They are wide ranging and full of citrus fruit freshness.
Sauvignon Blanc 100%
The soil has a decent clay and limestone content, with gypsum veins. The vineyards are spread across a number of south-facing plots, at approximately 250 to 350 metres above sea level.