For England, was initially made dry for the palates of the British market. Today it is offered in two beautiful expressions of Pinot Noir: Blanc de Noir and Rose. The For England Blanc de Noir’s nose is full of white fruit with notes of flowers and citrus. The palate offers flavor of mandarin and pink grapefruit. The finish is dry and fresh, with a persistent perlage.
100% Pinot Nero
Destemming and soft pressing, without pressing the grapes, in a way to obtain only the best and most balanced juice from our grapes, the flower must. First fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks followed by almost 9 months of aging. Second fermentation in bottle followed by almost 42 months again on lees. Riddling is done by hand.
Porcini mushroom risotto, lamb in hazelnut crust.
The “For England” sparkling wine was created in the 1920s for the British market. It was a time when the British were developing a taste for dry bubbles. Between 1950s-1960s “For England” was introduced to the Italian market where it immediately enjoyed great success.