Oltrepò Pavese Brut Blanc de Noir Metodo Classico DOCG Magnum - Isimbarda
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The Metodo Classico Oltrepò Pavese Brut Blanc de Noir DOCG by Isimbarda is a sparkling wine that embodies the elegance and complexity of Pinot Noir. Produced in Lombardy, in the Santa Giuletta region, this wine undergoes 36 to 40 months of lees aging, a process that bestows upon it an exceptional olfactory and taste structure. On the nose, you'll find notes of ripe red fruits and white flowers, while the palate offers lively freshness with a lingering finish. Ideal for pairing with seafood dishes or appetizers, it's also perfect for celebrating special occasions. The Isimbarda winery is in the process of biological conversion, a further sign of its commitment to sustainable production.
Denomination: Oltrepò Pavese Pinot Noir DOCG
Grape variety: Pinot Noir
Region: Lombardy (IT), Santa Giuletta (PV)
Refinement: 36/40 months on the lees
Serving temperature: 4/6°C
Alcohol content: 12% vol.
The Isimbarda winery owes its name to the ancient family of the Marquises Isimbardi, feudal lords of the Santa Giulietta estate in the 17th century. The cellar is located in Casteggio in Oltrepo' Pavese and covers 36 hectares with vineyards in the municipalities of Santa Giulietta and Mornico Losana. The company production is varied and ranges from Riesling Renano to the vinification of Pinot Noir, Bonarda and Barbera up to the Oltrepo' Pavese Classic Method. The Isimbarda Company is undergoing a biological conversion and its objective is to allow its wines to best express the character and quality of the Oltrepo' Pavese area.