It is the most commercialized label of the House, and it is also the first to have been produced. There is the addition of the expedition liquer.The Brut d’Araprì is a blend of Bombino Bianco and Pinot Nero and is aimed at a wide range of consumers.

Vines: White Bombino and Black Pinot.
Production area: San Severo.
Vineyards: San Biase, Cotinone and San Matteo District 1/2 + 2 + 12  hectars .
Soil type: argillaceous-calcareous, in slight slope.
Exposure and altimetry: South South-West, 80-100 mt on the sea level.
Growing system and plant density: Espalier, 3500 plants per hectar, Apulian Pergola 2000 plants per hectar.
Profit per hectar: 100-120 quintals per hectar, about 3-4 kg per stump.
Grape-harvest time: end of August pinot noir and second decade of September Bombino Bianco, with manual gathering and selection of the grapes.

Refining and permanence on yeasts: each bottle rests minimum 24 months sheltered from light, drafts and knocks, at a temperature of 13°C, in the cellars of our ancient winery.
Flowing into (degorgement): made by hand at cold with the add of the dosing syrup (liquer d’expedition), about two months before the marketing.

Appearance: Bright straw yellow and fine perlage
Bouquet: ethereal bouquet with smell of yeasts (crusty bread), followed by smells of apple, peach and orange.
Flavor: delicately dry and harmonious, with fresh mouth, good body and aftertaste of roasted dried fruit and panettone.

Abbinamenti gastronomici

Gastronomic matching
Excellent for aperitif. It is a elegant sparkling wine and it is perfect to celebrate any important occasion such as receptions, dinner parties, banquets and for any relaxing moments.

Typical gastronomic matching