From: Piedmont, Italy
Varietals: Chardonnay and Pinot Noir
Alta Langa DOCG is a small Piemontese appellation with a very long history: it was the first classic method sparkling wine to be made in Italy, from the mid-19th century, in the “Underground Cathedrals” recognised by UNESCO as World Heritage. The name Psea refers to the locality “Pezzea” of the Alta Langa, where there are the vineyards of chardonnay and pinot noir. The vineyards are located under the municipality of Bossolasco at an altitude of 700 m.
After fermentation in steel, the cuvée ages in barriques for 9 months. After this time the wine is bottled for the froth and left to rest on the yeasts for 36 months. At the end of the disgorging and dosing phases, the wine will be made into a spumante pas dosé.
Tasting Notes: Intense and complex notes of bread crust, yeast, hazelnut and small pastries, accompanied by floral notes. In the mouth it is structured, creamy, fresh and pleasantly savory.
91 Points -Wine Enthusiast
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