Italian White Wine Franciacorta

Organoleptic characteristics: It has a more or less intense straw yellow color with greenish or golden glares. Its taste is typical of fermentation in the bottle: fine, gentle, wide and composite. In the mouth it is tasty, fresh, fine and harmonious. Historical-cultural information and curiosities:
In this historic region, viticulture developed in the Middle Ages, to become regular and systematic only in the nineteenth century. However, the tradition of sparkling wine began later, about fifty years ago.
Serving suggestions:
Franciacorta is a wine for the entire meal, for appetizers, salami, fish dishes. It's also great with more structured dishes if aged in wood.

Production area:
Administrative territories of the municipalities of Adro, Capriolo, Castegnato, Cazzago San Martino, Cellatica, Coccaglio, Cologne, Corte Franca, Erbusco, Gussago, Iseo, Monticelli Brusati, Ome, Ospitaletto, Paderno Franciacorta, Palazzolo sull'Oglio, Paratico, Passirano, Provaglio d'Iseo, Rodengo-Saiano, Rovato and part of the municipality of Brescia. Grape varieties allowed for its production: Chardonnay and / or Pinot Bianco and / or Pinot Nero