Scrimaglio Chardonnay Spumante 75cl


Tasting Note

Bright and fresh and clean with a long, zippy and biscuity note.


It was in the hills of Nizza Monferrato that Pietro Scrimaglio established the cellar in 1920, expanding and improving the activities of his father Francesco, a winegrower since the early 1900s. After the war, grandsons Franco and Mario, and later the founder's great-grandsons Pier Giorgio and Francesco, consolidated the
winery's link with its terroir, expanding the range of wines and beginning ot sel wine on the international markets. In the 80s, Scrimaglio was one of the wineries that believed strongly in the rebirth of Barbera d'Asti, choosing to vinify it in compliance with a traditional style, taking care to respect the varietal characteristics. For a very long time, Barbera, which is now the wine that symbolises the Asti and Monferrato areas, was relegated to consideration as a local product, for everyday consumption with meals at home. At the turn of the new millennium, Scrimaglio decided to promote and develop the Barbera d'Asti subzone, "Nizza", which, in 2014, was recognised as a designation ni its own right, under the name "Nizza DOCG", making the winery's dream come true.

Country: Italy | Region: Barolo, Piedmont | Alcohol: % | Grapes: Chardonnay | Organic