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Ferrari Trento Brut Maximum Blanc de Blancs

Ferrari Trento Brut Maximum Blanc de Blancs

Trento (Italy)
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Ferrari Maximum Brut is a sparkling wine with an unmistakable, gentle and intense style. It has a br...

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/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Ferrari Trento Brut Maximum Blanc de Blancs

Type

Wine Sparkling (Italy)

Wine region

Trento (Italy)

Grapes

Producer

Alcohol content

12.5%

Bottle size

0.75 L

Review

Ferrari Maximum Brut is a sparkling wine with an unmistakable, gentle and intense style. It has a bright straw yellow color with a notable persistence perlage. The nose expresses sensations of apple supported by notes of biscuit and cedar. In the notes of ripe fruit there are hints of bread crust, conferred by over three years on the yeasts. In the mouth it shows a fresh and harmonious gustatory system, enhanced by the softness of the bubbles. The personality is remarkable, with intense fruity notes typical of Chardonnay combined with pleasantly persistent fragrances of vanilla and yeast. Perfect as an aperitif and between meals, it is excellent on seafood, caviar, dishes in jelly and on all types of paté.

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 4ºC and 6ºC

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by: Italvinus Customer (18/03/2019)

Elegant sparkling wine

A deep straw yellow colour sparkling wine with notes of ripe fruit and vanilla. It is dry, elegant and well-balanced.

Ferrari

Ferrari

The story of Giulio Ferrari, from a wealthy family in the Trentino province, is a symbol of Italian enterprise, a model that is still to be followed and interpreted. Born in 1879, he studied at the agricultural school of San Michele all'Adige, but soon extended his interests by studying in Montpellier, Rheingau, and finally in Champagne. He then imported many northern European to Trentino, but above all, encouraged by the investments of the then Austro-Hungarian Empire, to wh...