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La Scolca Brut Millesimato d'Antan 2008

75cl

£49.41 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: sparkling wine
Vintage: 2008
Appellation:Gavi (Piemonte, Italy)
Winery: La Scolca
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Cortese (100%)
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13%
Type Of Sparkling: Brut
La Scolca is the maker of this La Scolca Brut Millesimato d'Antan 2008 , a sparkling wine from Gavi with a blend based on cortese of 2008 and has an alcoholic strength of 13%. At Drinks&Co, this sparkling wine scores an average rate of 4 of 5 points.

Elaboration of La Scolca Brut Millesimato d'Antan 2008

La Scolca Brut Millesimato d'Antan 2008 (Cortese)

Producer: La Scolca

Appellation: Gavi

Grapes: Cortese

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The Winery

La Scolca

La Scolca

The La Scolca® estate was purchased between 1917 and 1919 by the great-grandfather of the current owner, Giorgio Soldati, who today leads the company together with the Chiara Soldati glia, the fifth generation with an eye already at the third millennium. The past and the future coexist in this company that best combines the naturalness of those who live in this world with the speed of those who look forward with the vision of courageous captains: never as in the case of the Soldati family names have a meaning symbolic. The name of the plot derives from the ancient toponym "Sfurca" or "Looking far away" and the farmhouse that once stood there had been a lookout post in the past. The surname fully reflects the heroic and tenacious character of the owners and their wines.

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Only in the best years, only from the best grapes, we made this prestigious Millesimato Sparkling Wine Reserve that, due to a slow and old traditional handicrafts methods, can give an unmistakable intensity and unique feelings. The long aging in bottle, at least 10 years, in contact with yeasts, can offer a wine that doesnt seem to find limits in age, a wine who discovers, in the time, a always faithful allied.
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