Say Bubbles and we all think about the French Champagne or the Italian Classic Method Sparkling Wine, both made exactly with the same old process.
Where do the bubbles come from? Briefly, even if this is a very long and elaborate process, they are the result of the lees inside the wine transfoming the sugar in Co2: this produces the famous perlage: more or less persistent and fine chains of bubbles, forming an elegant foam.
Certain grapes in particular are suitable for the production of Sparkling Wines: Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are the best suited.
Tenuta Rita Solari produces Ritaldo, a Brut Sparkling Wine - Classic Method (or Champenoise Method) - only with Chardonnay grapes.
It cannot be missing on the Holiday’s table: from starters to the stroke of Midnight, raising the glasses to celebrate the arrival of the New Year.
Stock up on our Spumante Ritaldo, buy it directly inside our Wine Shop. Cheers!