Up to 60-year-old Barbera vines planted in sand and limestone tended to by Enrico who farms organically and biodynamically. 250-400m elevation. He raises sheep and moves the sheep around his 3ha farm in an old 4x4 Fiat Panda. “Attaccabrighe” translates to “Wrangler”. People from other villages in the valley gave the Erbanno village this nickname.
Yeasty, musky nose, spring floral pollen, pucker crab apple cheek smacking the Bees are buzzing good!
region: lombardy, Italy
style: (sparkling) metodo classico
farming & cellar: organic farming, fermented with native yeasts and without skin maceration. No sulfites were added. aged in oaks barrels and in concrete tanks
pairing:oysters and cucumbers chile mignonette or a fluke Crudo w/ confetti peppers, creamy ricotta , honey and macadamia bruschetta. Yum!