VARIETY: 1934 Brut Rosé Villa Giada is a blend of two traditional grape varieties from our region – this blend reflects the diversity and at the same time the complementarity of the two varieties.

VINEYARD: Well-exposed soil consisting of calcareous marl of marine sedimentary origin. Manual harvesting – several days earlier than the traditional harvesting period in order to preserve the wine’s characteristics of freshness and minerality – takes place in mid/late August depending on the year.

VINIFICATION AND AGEING: A few hours of maceration in contact with the skins and a gentle pressing give the must a light and pleasant rosy note together with good tannin. Part of the must is fermented in barrels and remains on the lees for a few months before being blended with the other part, which is fermented for a minimum of 12 months in steel tanks under controlled pressure. This procedure is called “Martinotti” (a sort of long Charmat), named after the Asti inventor who first experimented with it in 1895.

Colour: soft and luminous pink with copper highlights;
Bouquet: delicate and intense fruity aromas of plum and redcurrant blend with notes of bread crust and fresh mineral nuances;
Taste: balanced and harmonious with clear hints of ripe fruit and rosemary on a fine and persistent perlage.

A pleasant acidity blends with the softness of the tannins, making this Piedmontese sparkling wine perfect as an aperitif or in combination with different types of dishes throughout the meal.