Next up, we celebrate Sunday, and the arrival of my dear friend from another continent, by traveling to Italy in our glass.
While many people know about Proscecco, and perhaps the magic of Franciacorta, Lombardy’s sparkling wine, Ferrarri Trento has been making sparkling wines in the Italian Alps since 1902.
At ony $25, the Brut, which is 100% Chardonnay, is a steal, and will leave your guests wondering – “Is it Champagne, or is it Ferrari!” Unlike Prosecco, which is typically fermented in bulk, Ferrari bottle ferments (just like Champagne), and is aged for at least 24 months.
Delicate and lively, with bright citrus and apple notes, enveloping the bouquet of white flowers. Slight hints of freshly baked bread, this is a wonderful way to end the evening, or just get it started, Ferrari Trento is one of the best values in sparkling wine outside of France.
This is the base level for Ferrari, but if you want to explore more, try this European Winery of the Year’s delicious reserve wines. Still affordable luxury, and oh so delicious.
Thank you to my friends at Gregory White PR for this scrumptious way to ring in the New Year!