Underground cathedral - rose wine

Metodo Classico: in the final phase, each bottle is transferred to a 'puprite', a very simple wooden rack. Every day, the bottles are rotated a quarter turn and slanted slightly upward. This painstaking process causes the wine's natural sediment to deposit in the neck of the bottle. The long, entirely manual procedure continues with degorgement. With great skill, the cellarmaster removes the cork from the bottle, and the pressure that has built up expels the sediment. The final phase consists of adding the liqueur d'expedition: a dose that personalizes the characteristics and style Metodo Classico wines.

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