Types and pairings

Franciacorta, Franciacorta Satèn and Franciacorta Rosé can be given greater personality, complexity and finesse with longer periods of ageing. This is the case of Franciacorta Millesimato and Franciacorta Riserva.

Types of Franciacorta

Dosing

The various types of Franciacorta contain different quantities of liqueur d’expédition added after disgorging and thus have different and pronounced personalities:

(up to 3 g/l of sugar, the wine’s residual sugar) – this is the driest of the Franciacortas.

(up to 6 g/l of sugar) – very dry.

(less than 12 g/l of sugar) – dry but a little more rounded than the Extra Brut. This is undoubtedly the most versatile Franciacorta.

(12-17 g/l of sugar) – rounded, with slightly less sugar than the classic Brut. It goes well with a wide range of foods.

(17-32 g/l of sugar) – slightly sweet.

(32-50 g/l of sugar) – sweet tasting as a result of its very high sugar levels. It goes well with sweets.

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