The Franciacorta winemaking model is constantly evolving. It is slow, incremental change, respectful of agricultural rhythms, always with an eye on progress.
Study and research has meant that Franciacorta has been able to experiment with and adopt cutting-edge strategies grafted onto its pre-existing technical know-how resulting in more rapid evolution in the winemaking landscape and farming techniques.
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 补液剂量 不同类型的馥奇达起泡酒装瓶前根据类型不同添加补液剂量，这也赋予了不同类型起泡酒的特点和独特个性。
The Franciacorta area is located below Lake Iseo, between the River Oglio and the city of Brescia and north of Mt Orfano. It is an area in which the conformation of the moraine amphitheatre is still clearly visible. It is formed during the ice ages (in the secondary and tertiary geological eras) as the result ... Read more
is the Franciacorta method which guarantees the quality of every single bottle, even today.
Strict, thoroughgoing regulations to obtain absolutely top quality wines: using solely noble grape varieties picked by hand, natural second fermentation in the bottle and then slow ageing on the lees for no fewer than 18 months, 30 months for single vintage wines and a grand total of 60 months for Riservas....
In around 1910 the Brescia Anti-Phylloxera Consortium made its first geological and viticultural study of the Franciacorta, defining the area a ‘Sebino Morenic Amphitheatre’. Very interesting information emerged from this work regarding the composition of the land then farmed to vines, and the identification of its sub-zones. The importance of this data is tangible when ... Read more