On the highest part of the hill, favoured by continuous breezes and boasting the rockiest soil, lies the vineyard that produces the grapes for our Brut. Fruit-rich and fragrant, it rests four long months on the fine lees, as tradition specifies; the result is a Prosecco with a refined, creamy mousse that immediately uplifts the soul.
This Brut is de rigueur for important occasions: the Counts of Collalto used it to toast great moments at Castle of San Salvatore and to mark the end of the agricultural year.
Brezza Riva is the sparkling brut classic method Trento DOC by Agraria Riva del Garda. It’s a blanc de blanc, made of Chardonnay grapes only, its vineyards are growing on medium-high hills, on the more suited areas for the production of sparkling wines.
Brezza Riva Riserva is Cantina di Riva’s crown jewel.
A Trentodoc classic method Pas Dosé sparkling wine obtained from Chardonnay grapes only, whose vineyards are cultivated in the Tennese area, an area of medium-high hills particularly suitable for the production of sparkling wine.
It represents the soul of Barone Pizzini because it embodies the living nature of its vineyards. It’s the crowning achievement of a long process of pionering renewal that led Barone Pizzini to become the first organic grower and winemaker in Franciacorta..
The sparkling late sweet wine created in 2001 from the selection of the eldest Moscato vineyard grapes.
The sparkling wine of the Late Harvest Moscato.
Its liveliness is an explosion of Moscato grapes taking origins from the our ancient farmer’s tasty and jobs.
This classic sparkling wine produced according to the “Trento doc Metodo Classico” method is obtained by the in-bottle refermentation. It is made from selected Chardonnay and Pinot Nero grapes coming from the hills of Trento and Pergine Valsugana situated at an altitude of between 400 and 600 metres a.s.l.
The Casata Monfort range of products includes a classic spumante (sparkling wine) made according to the traditional methods in which fermentation takes place in the bottle. It is produced with Chardonnay and Pinot Nero grapes from the hilly slopes of Pergine Valsugana, situated at heights ranging from 400 to 600 metres a.s.l..
Faedo in Pianezzi at 500 m. above the Sea level with south-west exposure and Palai località at 700m. above the sea level with southern exposure; Sembra in Valbona (lateral valley to the Val di Cembra) at an altitude of 450m. above the sea level.
Faedo in Pianezzi at 500 m. above the sea level. with South-West exposure and Palai locality at 700 m. above the sea level. with southern exposure; Cembra in Valbona (lateral valley to the Val di Cembra) at an altitude of 450 m. above the sea level.
The sparkling wine Brut was the first to be produced and now it is the most commercialized. In D’Araprì Brut is added the dosing syrup (liquer d’expedition) and it is composed by different type of grapes. This sparkling wine is directed to a wide range of consumers.