'Contessa Rosa' Rosé by Fontanafredda is a Alta Langa that is born in vineyards located in the Langhe albese and astigiana. Obtained from Pinot Nero and Chardonnay grapes, picked and selected only by hand. Classic method, it is pale pink in color, with onion peel reflections. Excellent as an aperitif, classy throughout the meal.
The 'Vigna Gatinera' by Fontanafredda is produced following the rules of the Classic Method scrupulously, and rests for at least 60 months on the lees. This Alta Langa Brut DOCG comes from the municipality of Serralunga d'Alba and proves to have an undisputed personality that makes it ideal as an aperitif and perfect to be paired with any meal, in accompaniment to tasty and fragrant dishes.
Alta Langa Extra Brut 'Parcellaire' Millesimato by Enrico Serafino has the particularity of a parcel vinification since the birth of the Alta Langa docg. It is obtained from the selection of some parcels that best represent the typically 'scratchy' character of the denomination. The dosage, deliberately reduced in sugars, combined with the absence of distillates, eliminates any interference between the wine and its territory of origin. The refinement of 42 months on the lees takes place until the wine is completely ripe. The liqueur d'expédition added after disgorgement is prepared following a secret recipe that includes reserve wines and sugar (4.5 g / L). Complex, vertical with citrus scents, vibrant and elegant, with a rich structure and a long pleasant aftertaste.
Alta Langa Reserve 'Zero' Late Disgorged is the sparkling wine that best represents Enrico Serafino Alta Langa. The complexity of the terroir is fully expressed thanks to the meticulous execution of each passage from the vine to the wine. Produced starting from the 2004 vintage, it is the first Alta Langa Pas Dosé ever produced. The choice of avoiding any dosage combined with late disgorgement allows Zero Riserva Pas Dosé to affirm its evident singularity. Aging on the lees for at least 72 months and late disgorgement, no liqueur d'expédition. Complex, multifaceted, full-bodied, elegant and intense, with a vibrant structure and a very long mineral aftertaste.
Spumante Alta Langa 'Viaventi' by Cordero di Montezemolo is part of that art of sparkling wine making typical of Piedmont's wine history, when in 1987 Giovanni Montezemolo, with the first foams, embarks on this path. The company has always purchased a few quintals of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir per year suitable for the production of the Classic Method from vineyards located in the highest parts (400 meters or more) of the Langa hills. The technique and style have evolved over the years but maintain the original desire to create a refined bubble suitable for the table at all times. After a slight passage in wood of the first fermentation, the wine is refermented in the bottle and here it rests on the lees for an average period of 4 or 5 years.