Sparkling wine "Atto Primo" Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG
Reviews of purchase "Atto Primo" Brachetto d'Acqui DOCG
Wine of beautiful, pure ruby-red color.
The taste of the wine is bright, sweet, fruity, with a soft texture and a lively, refreshing aftertaste.
Delicate, delicate aroma of wine is filled with tones of roses and ripe fruits.
Wine can be served in its pure form as an aperitif, it also fits well with fruits, desserts, pastries, snacks. It is an excellent base for cocktails with fruit juice, bitter or vermouth.
"Atto Primo" Brachetto d'Acqui is a gentle, light, pleasant red sparkling wine with a charming flower-fruity aroma and a bright, sweet taste. The wine is made from grape variety of Bracketto, known since the time of the Roman Empire. Even then, sweet wines were made from it, which were favorite patrician wines. In the production of Atto Primo Braccetto d'Aquui, the grapes are soft pressed, briefly macerated on the peel and fermented at a low temperature until the wine reaches the required strength. "Atto Primo" Braccetto d'Acqui is recommended to be used as an aperitif, with snacks, desserts, fruits or prepare with it exquisite cocktails.
Carlo Gancha was born in 1829. He spent several years in France, in Rheims, studying the methods of producing champagne. Returning to his homeland, Gancha opens in 1850 the Wine House. The first territory "covered" by Carlo Gancia was the land of Piedmont. Gancia was convinced that the soil of Piedmont is ideal for growing grapes for champagne. An exciting period of work and experimentation began with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the result of which was an Italian sparkling wine created in 1865 on the basis of champagne, now known to the whole world as Asti. Later, Gancha acquires vineyards in Apulia and Sicily in order to create new projects using the potential of different areas. Carlo Ganca's passion for land and vineyards, the constant search for innovative and innovative methods, has become a solid foundation on which the Gancha Wine House has grown over time, which plays a leading role not only in Italy but also in the markets of Europe and the world.
Sparkling wines of Gancha are famous for their highest quality, which is confirmed by the numerous awards of various international competitions, as well as by the recognition of the highest light of Europe: it was the House of Gancha who was selected as the exclusive supplier of the royal court back in 1870, and is also entitled to use the emblem of the monarchy; It was the house of Gancha who was appointed the supplier of the pontiff in 1924 and was given the right to use the coat of arms of the Pope; it was the Gancia House that was officially declared the supplier of the Royal Court of Sweden in 1951.