This sparkling Spumante whose given name is "Blanc de Blancs" results in the best interpretation of a Chardonnay vineyard. The soil and microclimate, the manual harvesting, a quick delivery of the grapes to the winery and the subsequent pressing represent key elements to produce this high-quality wine. Its production is regulated by the DOCG Oltrepò Pavese Metodo Classico trademark.
Produced with metodo classico, it undergoes fermentation in bottles for at least 36 months acquiring unique characteristics.
Aroma: Bright straw yellow colour, with a bouquet of rare intensity featuring notes of fragrant white fruits and yellow flowers. Fine and generous foam.
Tasting: The taste is elegant and mineral, with a pleasant acidity.
Pairing: Ideal for aperitifs and perfect with vegetable appetizers, sushi, steamed fish, shellfish and oysters. Serve at 4-6°C.
Region: Lombardy - Oltrepò Pavese hills
Producer: Tenuta Scarpa Colombi
Vine: 100% Chardonnay
Alcohol content: 13%
Service temperature: 4°-6°
Awards: The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships – Tom Stevenson, Essi Avellan MW & Tony Jordan: - Gold Award 2015 for Roberto Colombi‘s Blanc de Blancs 2010 Brut. - Gold Award 2014 for Roberto Colombi’s Blanc de Blancs 2009 Brut.
Tenuta Scarpa Colombi is a winery located in Lombardy. Its vineyards cover 36 hectares across one of the two most important Italian wine areas: the Oltrepò Pavese hills in Lombardy and Nizza Monferrato area in Piedmont, where Tenuta La Ghignona estate is located.
Bonarda and Barbera are the main wines, of which new versions have been experimented, but currently the company is focusing its efforts on the production of DOC Pinot Nero dell'Oltrepò Pavese and Pinot Nero Rosè Spumante Cruasè regulated by the DOCG Oltrepò Pavese Metodo Classico consortium.