2011 Castello di Uviglie Le Cave Extra Brut Classic Method
65% Pinot Nero, 35% Chardonnay. Slow fermentation in the bottle at a constant temperature of 12°C inside the ancient Castello di Uviglie stone caves, then aged 44 months on lees. Three months ageing in the bottle before sale.
Pale lemon with fine and persistent bead. Toasty, slightly yeasty aroma. Dry, savoury and balanced palate.
Superb with shellfish (in particular oysters), pasta and rice dishes, fish, vegetables and white meat.
4 Grappoli Bibenda 2016
2 Bicchieri Gambero Rosso 2016
- About The Producer
Castello di Uviglie is a small estate located in Monferrato, Piedmont. It is owned by Simone Lupano who, in 1992, re-launched vine cultivation on the property. The Uviglie Castle rises on the hills to the east of Rosignano Monferrato at about 8 km from Casale Monferrato. The Paucaparte di Celle family built it between 1239 and 1271 and in 1491 it passed to the Earls Pico-Gonzaga who started agricultural activities. Today there are 120 hectares of which 25 are planted with vineyards. Castello di Uviglie wines are the result of a great love for the region and its vineyards. Such is its beauty that it is a UNESCO world heritage listed site.