Lessini Durello Classic Methods 36 months
This wine highlights Durello’s great vocation for sparkling wine production using the Classic Method. Its 3 years of aging on lees result in elegance without hiding the grape’s great personality, which stands out on the palate.
Suitable for a wide range of appetizers and to accompany fish and shellfish. It’s capable of energizing a dish and enhancing its unique characteristics.
Spianata, planted in 1975. Propagation by cutting of an old variety found in Agugliana.
Hilly terrain of volcanic origin with tuff and basalt. Altitude: 250 meters above sea level.
Strictly manual with careful vineyard selection in the month of September.
The grapes are pressed whole, vinifying separately the different plots of the vineyard which are skillfully blended in January. The sparkling base matures in stainless steel on lees with periodic batonnage until the second fermentation, which takes place in late spring. The bottles are stacked in an underground cellar and remain there for 36 months. Manual riddling with hexagonal racks. After disgorgement, there follows a resting period of a few months.
On the nose, brioche, toasted hazelnut, and sulfurous notes. On the palate, the bubble is delicate, and the interplay between savoriness and freshness makes it unique and captivating.
Excellent with both raw and cooked fish and shellfish. Beef tartare and refined cold cuts. From appetizers to the entire meal.
12.000 of 750ml. 300 Magnum.