The La Badiola farm enriches its collection of high-end wines with its own Sparkling wine Ventiquattronodi. It is about first classic method produced in the hills of Lucca, a unique and exclusive territorial production, an unequivocal link with the place of origin, capable of representing a new expression of excellence of the territory and its extraordinary vines.
A Blanc de Blancs Brut vintage sparkling wine 2014 which perfectly represents the intact purity of the 100% Chardonnay grape, whose production process took place in the company, from the manual harvest with careful selection of the best grapes in the field, to the vinification made with soft pressing.
Aging on the lees for 36 months with the addition of an elegant liquer.
- Production area: San Pancrazio (Lucca).
- Altitude: 200 above sea level
- Exposure: South-West.
- Position: Hill.
- Variety of grape variety: Chardonnay 100%.
- Soil composition: Medium loose dough with sandstone.
- Harvest: Manual in the last ten days of August.
- Draft: June 2015.
- Aging on the lees: 36 months.
- Alcohol content: 11,5%.
- Service mode: We recommend serving at 8° -10° C.
- Size: 0.75 lt bottle and 1.5 lt bottle.
- Gastronomy: Ideal as an aperitif, excellent with fish-based first courses and creamed risotto, salami, creamy and delicate cheeses, fried white meats.
- Color: Straw yellow, brilliant with fine and persistent bubbles.
- Perfume: Fragrant with light notes of vanilla and bread crust.
- Taste: Fresh, savory, mineral and persistent.
The classic Ventiquattronodi method is the result of careful selection of the grapes and skilful vinification conducted in full compliance with the working method of the La Badiola farm. The grapes, freshly picked by hand in small boxes, are classified and cooled. After soft pressing, in the absence of oxygen, the must of the wine ferments in steel tanks. After 10 months from the harvest, the vintage wine is drawn which, thanks to the addition of sugars, gives it creaminess and a particular profile, elegant and soft, further strengthened by a long refinement in the bottle. The dégorgement takes place in the absence of oxygen to avoid oxidative shocks and further additions of sulphites.