BRUT RISERVA GAROFOLI 2009 White sparkling wine classic method
BRUT RISERVA GAROFOLI diligent processing of Verdicchio grapes and unusually prolonged maceration on the yeasts (48 months) provide a wine with a straw yellow color and delicate golden reflections. The bouquet is elegant and persistent and the wine offers the palate sensations of great harmony. The standard-bearer of the winery, which was the first in the region to adopt use of Verdicchio grapes in making a classic-method bubbly.
A selection of little masterpieces of pure wine “tailoring”. From the first Marches sparkling wine born from a native grape and dated 1954 there have been many evolutions, bearing in mind a single objective: giving the best to those who believe that luxury is first and foremost the pleasure of being together.
Type of wine: white sparkling wine.It is produced in limited quantity.
Production method: classic method.
Grapes: 100% Verdicchio
Zone of origin: hills around Montecarotto.
Terrain: medium consistency.
Yield x hectare: 90 q.li
Appearance: fine and creamy white foam with perlage featuring fine bubbles that are extremely persistent.
Color whitish straw yellow, brilliant with delicate golden reflections.
Bouquet highly intense, flowery, elegant and remarkably persistent.
Flavor dry with a soft base, richly sapid.
Consumption: up to three years after disgorgement.
Food matches: its great personality makes it a perfect accompaniment for an entire meal and especially with fish dishes. It is stupendous with Ascoli-style stuffed, fried olives.
Serving temperature 8° - 10° C (46° to 50° F)
Bottle: cl 75
The history of the Garofolis is a story of people and of a family that has been identified with winemaking for five generations. The same philosophy has always guided them: a constant updating of production techniques while respecting traditional and historic winemaking methods; attention to the evolution of the market and its requirements along with loyalty to the values of the special characteristics that the traditions of the territory have transmitted.