Sparkling wine Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG
Wine of bright ruby red color with light purple reflections.
Taste wines delicate, rounded, with moderate sweetness, good acidity and a long berry aftertaste.
Rich and elegant aroma of the wine is filled with notes of raspberry, cherry, rose petals and light nuances of spices.
Wine is the perfect aperitif, goes well with strawberries and wild berries, traditional Italian tarts with fruits and berries, Christmas cakes, as well as dark chocolate.
Brachetto d'Acqui - a wonderful dessert wine from Piedmont. History Brachetto, according to legend, dates back to the Roman era, when the ancient historians, describing the life and habits of the inhabitants of Gaul, first mentioned in a sweet aromatic wine "Il Vinum Akueneze" as a favorite wine of the patricians, is also considered an aphrodisiac.
Wine made from Brachetto d'Akui Brachetto grapes. After harvest produced short maceration for 36-48 hours at a temperature of 16 ° C. Primary fermentation is blocked when it reaches 3% alcohol by cooling the wort to -4 ° C. Secondary fermentation takes place in closed steel autoclaves. Upon reaching 5.5% of alcohol fermentation is blocked by cooling the wort is carried microfiltration and bottling. Excerpt bottled wines takes a few weeks. Wine storage capacity ranges from 2 to 4 years.
Company History Braida began as the story of the village nickname. Family legend has it that someone loved Giuseppe Bologna on Saturday to play the game "stretchbol", popular in Piedmont. His comrades on Saturday "sport" called him for this hobby Bryden. In those days, the profession Giuseppe Bologna was wheelwright and traditional grape varieties for the area barbera he grew to entertain friends delicious homemade wine.
His son Giacomo Bologna inherited from his father and a vineyard, and a nickname, and the love of wine. Currently, the company operates Braida Giacomo whole family: his wife, Anna, children Raffaella and Beppe, Christina - Beppe wife and mother of his two children, Norbert - the husband of Raffaella.