The most distinctive of sweet sparkling wines, Brachetto d’Acqui has had a steady presence in the Piedmontese wine history. Giulio Cocchi presents this wine made of grapes from the typical DOCG zone, labeling it with the original liberty style poster dated 1932.
Color Cherry red with light notes and a joyful foam. Nose Big blast of red fruits on the nose - raspberries, strawberries and cherries. A slight cherry menthol note, as well as strawberry shortcake and summer pudding. Palate The explosion of red fruits continues on the palate - this is a full-flavoured sparkler. Definite sweetness on the palate, but not cloying, and remains clean and refreshing. Nice texture. Finish The rich fruitiness lingers for a long time.
It is the perfect party wine that goes naturally well with fresh fruits, pastries or elaborate desserts. A young wine to be served chilled; ideal for bars and patisseries, it can be best presented in cup-shaped glasses with a garnish of wild berries.