Why I suggest CruPerdu Brut Franciacorta DOCG 2015
Obtained from the oldest vineyards of Chardonnay and Pinot noir grapes of Castello Bonomi Franciacorta a exclusive. “The vineyard rediscovered by the Chef de Cave Luigi Bersini”, that has brought a second life to those precious vines that have been able to repay us with grapes of the Pinot Noir of exceptional quality. Franciacorta CruPerdu Castello Bonomi is the result of choices aimed at excellence, that have always characterized the production of the maison. This is the Franciacorta CruPerdu, which has been able to wait for months on the yeasts, and that now it offers an extraordinary importance, and longevity.
CruPerdu Brut Franciacorta DOCG 2015 Castello Bonomi wine produced from selected grapes and careful vinification, from the ccolour straw yellow, with abundant froth and evanescent perlage finish. Clear and of good body with 12,50% vol of alcohol. On the nose, aroma of fruit , tropical spices, and a refined bouquet.
The flavor on the palate is fruity, fresh and mineral, with great structure. The distinct sapidity, typical of the territory.
Fish-based Dishes, raw fish and shellfish, seafood risotto, sea bass baked in a salt or refined dishes with fish from the lake. With its elegant intensity, it also offers dishes from the taste more decided, extraordinary with cheeses of medium seasoning.
Serve CruPerdu Brut Franciacorta DOCG 2015 Castello Bonomi at a temperature of 8-10°C in the chalice, the Flute.
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AWARDS AND PRIZES
Silver medal for CruPerdu to CSWWC 2016 by Tom Stevenson
Gold medal (90 points!) in the guide and in the magazine Gilbert & Gaillard
89 points in the WINE ENTHUSIAST Buying Guide, December 2016
88 points on WINE ENTHUSIAST Buying Guide
Franciacorta Brut CruPerdu
Silver medal at the International Sparkling Awards Milan
Bronze medal at International Wine Challenge London 2013
Gold medal at the Japan Wine Challenge