When one thinks of the wine cellar one thinks of the hustle and bustle of the harvest period. What most people don’t realize is that the magic continues even when the wine has finished its first fermentation phase. Following on from our article dedicated to the vineyard in winter, we have asked our technical director Ermes Vianelli to tell us what happens in the wine cellar in winter.
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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.
Prosecco and Franciacorta have always been synonymous with sparkling wine, joyful occasions and toasting special moments. Representing true Italian excellence, they always make an appearance for special occasions and parties. Whilst often grouped together, in reality they have different characteristics which are worth exploring in greater detail.
There are personalities that refuse to be tied down to a definition, wild spirits constantly searching for adventure and mystery, even if only for a weekend, just like our Terre d’Aenòr Rosé.
Closing our eyes we imagined upbeat rhythms and rich, warm melodies. Here is our playlist that, like Terre d’Aenòr Brut, helps bring people together in a totally natural way.
The Christmas period is almost upon us again. For us at Terre d’Aenòr Christmas means traditions with a modern twist. We have chosen a theme that never goes out of fashion: bon ton, applying it with a personal touch. The Christmas spirit includes adhering to good manners that help make the celebration more precious and memorable.
Normally when we think about the vines in the vineyard we imagine a scene full of life, flowers and fruit. What most people don’t realize is that also in winter, even when the temperature is very low, the life of the vine continues in secret, with the expert help of our team. We have asked Ermes Vianelli, our technical director, to tell us more.
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.
Sometimes it is necessary to slow down one’s pace, words and rhythm in order to fully enjoy the time spent with a person, above all if it is a first date. The same can be said when drinking our Terre d’Aenòr Extra Brut.
The late night hours are like a colourful merry-go-round moving to the pleasant rhythm of electro pop music with a strong dreamlike spirit, just like our Terre d’Aenòr Satèn.