Villarita Spumante Brut

Charmat Method



The name “Villarita” reminds us of the house of Nonna Rita, Nonno Tumlin’s wife, who played a crucial role in the story of Cantine Povero. Nonna Rita had a very strong work ethics, but she never pulled back when it was time to toast with a good glass of bubbles.

Obtained from grapes harvested right before they reach full ripening, and softly pressed using only first-pressing must. The wine is led to second fermentation with the long Charmat method; the result is a sparkling wine with a straw yellow color and greenish reflections. The froth is very lively, with a fine and persistent perlage. The intense bouquet has notes of white flowers, citrus, banana, aromatic herb, and ripe pear. The palate is dry and fresh.

Pair with:

Spaghetti with fish sauce, fried fish, goat cheeses, crostini with walnuts and gorgonzola, marinated fish, grilled white meats, stewed vegetables