Sparkling wine Ferghettina, Franciacorta "Saten" Brut DOCG, 2007
Brilliant yellow wine with a delicate and persistent perlyazhem.
The wine has an elegant, dynamic, fresh and well-balanced taste with a soft texture.
In a very elegant, creamy flavor of the wine is dominated by shades of cakes and sweets, against which reveals the nuances of peach, almond, citrus, vanilla, apples, pears, kiwi, white melon, grapefruit and minerals.
The wine goes well with risotto, seafood and cheeses.
White sparkling wine Franciacorta "Saten" Brut is made from selected grape varieties Chardonnay, grown on clay-limestone soils of the vineyards in the hadrons at an altitude of 250 meters above sea level. Harvesting begins in mid-August. All the grapes are harvested by hand, without any hardware. Grapes are carefully sorted, separated from the ridges and very gently pressed with a pneumatic press: this is a very important point, since the vinification juice is separated from the first pressing of the second juice obtained with a stronger compression. In the production of wine is first pressed juice, pH and acidity - the best. Alcoholic fermentation is carried out in a stainless steel tank at a controlled temperature of 16-18 ° C. After fermentation, the wine remains in the tanks of the same whole winter. Spring wine bottled with sugar and yeast to secondary fermentation where then held at lees within 3 years.
Ferghettina winery founded in the 90s of the 20th century family Gati. Head of the family, Roberto Gatti worked long enough in other wineries of Franciacorta, and in 1991 decided to open their own business, to start buying 4 hectares of land in Erbusco. Now Roberto and his wife Andreyna with children - student oenologist Matteo and oenologist Laura - own 120 hectares of vineyards in 6 different municipalities and produce wine in a new winery in hadrons. The vineyards are located on clay-limestone soils at the foot of Monte Alto. Fergettina winery - one of the best in the region, there are produced high-quality wines of incomparable aromatic complexity.