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Franchina e Giarone Margot Bianco Frizzante

$39.00

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Vintage: 2021
Region: Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: Malvasia Bianca and Trebbiano Modenese

Franchina e Giarone Margot Bianco Frizzante is a lively white produced from grapes typical of the area of Modena. It is re-fermented in the bottle according to the ancestral method using frozen must of the same vintage, which gives a light effervescence that tingles the nose and palate. Hints of pear, apple, jasmine, and herbaceous notes on the finish. In the mouth, it is lively, pleasantly light, and almost airy and persistent. A perfect product for an afternoon to share with some friends.

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About Franchina e Giarone Margot Bianco Frizzante

Franchina e Giarone Margot Bianco Frizzante is a lively white produced from grapes typical of the area of Modena. It is re-fermented in the bottle according to the ancestral method using frozen must of the same vintage, which gives a light effervescence that tingles the nose and palate. Hints of pear, apple, jasmine, and herbaceous notes on the finish. In the mouth, it is lively, pleasantly light, and almost airy and persistent. A perfect product for an afternoon to share with some friends.

About Franchina e Giarone

Franchina e giarone is a small farm located on the hills of Emilia started by Luca Pizzetti in 2020. Two plots farmed organically with a total of about six hectares near Castelvetro. Here, Luca produces wines with local vines: Lambrusco, Trebbiano Modenese, Trebbianina, Sgavetta, and others.

The vines are between 15 and 50 years years old, including Lambrusco and Trebbiano, with younger vines of local varieties, Trebbiano Modenese, Trebbiano di Spagna, Lambruschi, Sgavetta, Negretto, Uva Tosca, and Festasio.

The focus here is a sparkling wine with the method of natural re-fermentation in the bottle. But Luca does not stop there. He sets aside a selection of the grapes for vinification of still wine. There is no use for yeast or other additives (only a small quantity of sulfites).