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This limited production Rosé metodo classico is made from a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Nero vinified as red wine. The remarkable finesse and delicacy of this sparkling wine comes from secondary fermentation in the bottle, made possible because of its residual sugars a fermentation method that follows the “ancestral method”. The term derives from the French ancestre (”ancestor”, “hailing from the distant paste”) called such because this was once the only way possible to make a sparkling wine

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BRUT ROSÉ METODO CLASSICO CLELIA COPPO

Appelation

vino spumante di qualità

Grape variety

95 % Chardonnay, 5% Pinot Nero

Exposure

south-south est

Soil composition

calcareous and sandy marl

Vineyard altitude

650–820 ft a.s.l.

Training system

Guyot

Harvest

selection in vineyards of the healthiest and ripest grapes hand collected into 40 lb picking baskets

Vinification system

soft pressing and fermentation in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature

Malo-lattic

not carried out

Capturing the sparkle

in the bottle in the traditional champagne manner

Refining

36 months on lees in the bottle

Alcohol

12,01 % vol

Total acidity

6,07 g/l

pH

3,27

Color

pale pink with copper refle

Perlage

fine and persistent

Nose

fresh plums, jujubes, currants, hints of breadcrust, ending with mineral undernotes

Taste

soft, long lasting, freshly and pleasantly savory

Pairings

aw and marinated fish, chopped raw meat, shellfish soup

Serving temperature

8°/10°

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Brut Rosé Metodo Classico Clelia Coppo, Coppo

Brut Rosé Metodo Classico Clelia Coppo, Coppo

This limited production Rosé metodo classico is made from a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Nero vinified as red wine. The remarkable finesse and delicacy of this sparkling wine comes from secondary fermentation in the bottle, made possible because of its residual sugars a fermentation method that follows the “ancestral method”. The term derives from the French ancestre (”ancestor”, “hailing from the distant paste”) called such because this was once the only way possible to make a sparkling wine

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