Enrico Gatti's is a winery in Franciacorta that aims to create wines that tell the territory, through sustainable agriculture, banishing the use of pesticides and herbicides.
Everything starts from the vineyard, here all the characteristics that we will find in the wine are outlined, here the work of man is to accompany the growth of the vine in a natural way by constantly monitoring every phase of processing.
The vineyard will respond by giving every year a wine that does not necessarily have to look like the one of last year, but must include all the qualities matured during its life cycle.
Franciacorta Nature was born with the aim of giving a wine without frills, direct and expression of terroir.
A blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vinified in steel, produced according to the Classic Method which ages for 24 months on the lees.
A harmonious and engaging Franciacorta.
SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO
Giallo paglierino carico.
Profuma di frutta bianca matura, pistacchio, nocciola e pane caldo.
Assaggio notevole, rigoroso e sapido ma ben scandito dal corredo fruttato-agrumato.
E' perfetto se abbinato a molluschi e crostacei freschi e delicati, è ideale per accompagnare sushi, sashimi, temaki e molti altri piatti della cucina giapponese.
85% Chardonnay, 15% Pinot Nero
0,75 L Standard
Permanenza sui lieviti per un minimo di 24 mesi.
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Name: Enrico Gatti Start-up year: 1975 Cultivated hectares: 17 Winemaker name: Andrea Rudelli Address: Via Metelli, 9 - Erbusco (BS) Web Site: www.enricogatti.it
A family owned business who improved with age with the aim to stand out in the reserch of top quality. In 1975 Enrico Gatti, joined after some years by son Lorenzo Gatti, daughter Paola Gatti and her husband Enzo Balzarini, gave life to this winery. The firm started growing with a cellar enlargement and the acquiring of new vineyards. With a strong passion and total commitment this family produces, harvest by harvest, wines that are able to express local tradition.