Franciacorta Brut 'Golf 1927' Barone Pizzini

The Franciacorta “Golf 1927” is a sparkling wine that celebrates the Barone Edoardo Pizzini who founded one of the first golf course in Italy. Its bouquet is mineral and floral, with delicate notes of honay and bread crust. The taste is elegant, creamy, fresh and mineral, well-balanced and very fine. Organic Wine

Characteristics

Denomination

Franciacorta DOCG

Grape varieties

Chardonnay 95%, Pinot Nero 5%

Category

Sparkling Wines

Region

Lombardy (Italy)

Alcohol content

12.0%

Bottle size

75 cl Bottle

Vinification

Soft pressing, first fermentation in steel vats with aging for 6 months in steel vats and second fermentation in bottle according to the Traditional Method

Aging

At least 20 months on the yeasts

Production philosophy

Organic,

Additional notes

Contains sulfites , da agricoltura Italia o EU , Codice Operatore nr. 1717

Awards and accolades

Bibenda
Veronelli
89 / 100

To enjoy it at its best

Serving temp.
8°-10°C
Glass
Ballon Flute
Ballon Flute

Perfect for champagne and method champenoise sparkling wines, because the narrow cup with bottom tip lets the development of perlage without dispersing the bubbles. The body, slightly wider than a regular flute, enhances the intense and complex aromas of the wine, while the narrow opening helps their concentration

When to drink

When to drink

Right Away Young

Perfect to drink right away

SPARKLING WINE FRANCIACORTA BRUT 'GOLF 1927' BARONE PIZZINI DESCRIPTION

Colour Straw yellow, with a fine and persistent perlage

Scent Notes of honey and bread crust that grow up until yellow fruits

Taste Elegant and mineral, with a sip creamy and persistent

producer: Barone Pizzini

Main wines
Franciacorta
Foundation year
1870
Hectares of vineyards
55
Winery-owned grapes
85%
Annual production
350.000 bt
Enologist
Leonardo Valenti
Address
Via San Carlo, 14 - 25050 Provaglio d'Iseo (BS)

Perfect to drink with

  • Pasta-Vegetables Sauce
  • Risotto with Vegetables
  • Risotto with Seafood
  • Steamed fish-crustaceans
  • Pasta with Fish no Tomato