The Monsupello Metodo Classico Nature is made with 90% Pinot Noir and 10%
Chardonnay grapes grown on calcareous and clay-rich soils in vineyards
planted on the gentle slopes of the Municipality of Torricella Verzate,
in the Province of Pavia, in the Oltrepo Pavese DOC of the Northern
Italian Region of Lombardia.
The grapes are harvested manually then
fermented at controlled temperatures in stainless steel tanks long
enough to obtain the base wine which is then vinified, without added dosage (no added sugar), using the Metodo
Classico Method (Methode Champenoise) the wine is then left on the lees
for a period of about 36-42 months before disgorgement.
In the glass, the wine has yellow straw color, the Perlage is fine and persistent with a foam very soft.
The nose is outstanding offering up aromas of freshly baked bread and roasted nuts.
The palate of the wine is very dry and complex with soft, creamy and persistent bubbles, its evolution leads us to hints to flavors of cassis, toasted hazelnuts, wild berries. Bright acidity and a long teasing dry finish.