We can call them “non-identical twins”: in Franciacorta Brut and Extra Brut are two very similar types of sparkling wine but with some significant differences. In this article we have asked Ermes Vianelli, our technical director, to explain to us the main differences between Brut and Extra Brut and their principal characteristics.
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At times speaking about a region and its fruit can be a question of the masculine and feminine articles. The feminine article “la Franciacorta” is used to refer to the hilly area between Bergamo and Brescia which is covered with vineyards. Instead, the masculine article “il Franciacorta” refers to the wine which has undergone the second fermentation process inside the bottle. Let’s explore the story behind the world-famous name Franciacorta, which Terre d’Aenòr feels proud to represent with its products.