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Fine and continuous perlage, golden yellow color with green reflections is how it appears in the glass. The nose is fragrant, with notes of biscuits and hazelnut, hay and seasoned tobacco. The silky and creamy carbonic makes room for acidity that makes room for acidity that stimulates salivation by returning the biscuit and hazelnut notes.

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Doppio Erre Di stands for Delayed Degorgement Recently Degorged, in the sense that the degorgement (i.e. the final phase of the production of the Franciacorta method) is deliberately delayed after long months of aging, and that the bottles are delivered freshly degorged to ensure maximum freshness.

Harmonious wine, savory with good hints of bread crust, it must be served at a temperature of 7 ° C with first courses (risotto, fresh pasta) and well-made main courses.

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Doppio Erre Di stands for Delayed Degorgement Recently Degorged, in the sense that the degorgement (i.e. the final phase of the production of the Franciacorta method) is deliberately delayed after long months of aging, and that the bottles are delivered freshly degorged to ensure maximum freshness.

Obtained from 100% Pinot Noir grapes, only the first pressing flower is used. A very short maceration of a few hours is made to obtain the desired color, then a part of the base wine ferments in barrique. The wine evolves for 54 months in contact with the yeasts before disgorgement.

Harmonious, creamy and elegant. It is a wine capable of achieving a unique balance that has the power to create intoxicating sensations.

Produced exclusively with chardonnay grapes after fermentation in the bottle, it is refined on yeasts for a period of no less than 36 months, acquiring aromas, intense aromas and a very fine perlage of unmistakable quality.