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Ferrari - Perlè Nero 2010 Magnum

Ferrari

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  • Cellar: Ferrari
  • Vintage : 2010
  • Origin : Trentino Alto Adige
  • Denomination: Trento DOC
  • Grapes: Pinot nero 100%
  • Serving temperature : 10-12 ° C
  • Alcohol volume : 12.5%
  • Format : 1,5 L
  • Moment to taste it: Aperitif, Special occasions
  • Pairings: fish dishes, sushi, savory pies
  • Blowup Rating : 8/10


    Description

    Perlè Nero Magnum by Ferrari is a sparkling wine created with only carefully selected Pinot Noir grapes, coming from the best vineyards of the Lunelli family. A unique label perfectly in line with the Ferrari style.

    Tasting notes

    In the glass, Ferrari's Magnum-sized Perlè Nero has a luminous golden yellow, with a dense and very fine perlage. The nose is rich and varied with notes of dried fruit, panettone, citrus touches and memories of salted butter. On the palate the structure is elegant with a long persistence that has toasted hints with coffee and spicy like gingerbread.

    Processing

    After the manual harvest that takes place at the end of September, the production of Ferrari's Perlè Nero takes place in two phases: during the first, the base wine is made, through a white vinification of the grapes. The second phase is instead that of refermentation in the bottle at the end of which the sugar is transformed into alcohol and carbon dioxide. Finally, the sparkling wine rests on the lees in the bottle for at least 6 years.

    The Cellar

    The dream of Giulio Ferrari, founder of the Ferrari winery, was to create in Trentino a wine capable of comparing itself with the best French Champagnes. So that begins to produce a few carefully selected quality bottles. His wines that immediately enter the hearts of the most demanding enthusiasts, elegant, fine and surprising sparkling wines that had never been found in Italy. In the first half of the 1950s, Bruno Lunelli, Ferrari's successor, managed to increase production while maintaining the quality of his labels at all times. Over time the company decides to convert the vineyards to the organic regime by promoting sustainable mountain viticulture. To date, the Ferrari winery is a leader in Italy and represents a symbol of made in Italy wine, with bubbles known all over the world. 15 different ethics produced divided into 5 collections that reflect the criteria of elegance, quality and finesse.