Sparkling wine Gancia, "Cuvee 24" Millesimato, Asti DOCG Metodo Classico
- Volume: 750 ml
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Reviews of purchase Gancia, "Cuvee 24" Millesimato, Asti DOCG Metodo Classico
The wine is straw-yellow color with a golden hue.
The wine has a delightful, elegant, enveloping, sweet but not sugary taste with notes of ripe grapes.
The aroma of wine is clearly felt shades of ripe muscat, which is perfectly complemented by notes of acacia flowers and wisteria, peach and apricot.
The wine is perfect to accompany desserts and other confections. You can try to combine it with light snacks and canapés.
Italian wine house Gancia was founded in 1850 by the inventor of the first white vermouth in Italy Carlo Gancia. Carlo was born in 1829. He spent several years in France, in Reims, studying the methods of production of champagne. Returning home, Gancia opens Wine House. The first area, "covered" by Carlo Gancia, were ground Piedmont. Gancia was convinced that Piedmont soil is ideal for growing grapes to create sparkling wines. Began an exciting period of work and experimentation with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, which resulted in created in 1865 Italian sparkling wine, now known worldwide as "Asti". Later Gancia gets vineyards in Puglia and Sicily in order to create new projects using the potential of different areas. Carlo Gancia passion for the land and vineyards, a constant search for innovation and innovative practices have become a solid foundation on which the house and raised Gancia, who plays a leading role today, not only in Italy but also in the global market.
Gancia house in the days of the Kingdom of Italy was selected in 1870, the exclusive supplier of the court. House received the right to use the coat of arms of the monarchy. Also, it Gancia House was elected supplier of the Vatican in 1924 and obtained the right to use the coat of arms of the Pope. In 1951, the House of Gancia was declared the official supplier of the Swedish royal court. Today the house Gancia, is a world leader in the production of sparkling wine, vermouth and aperitifs, supplies its products to more than 60 countries.