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Tenuta Montenisa Cuvée Royale Franciacorta NV

Marchese Antinori's Tenuta Montenisa Cuvée Royale Franciacorta sparkling wine is produced from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Blanc grapes cultivated at the Montenisa estate. Its stay on fine lees brings out all of its intense aromas of white peaches, apples, and toast. The colour is straw yellow, the bubbling rich and creamy with delicate and persistent bubbles. The palate shows the typical liveliness of a Brut along with notes of dried apricots, a lovely and unusual balance of great expressiveness and elegance. The Cuvée Royale's fruity and floral fragrance make it particularly appropriate as an aperitif or served with hors d’oeuvres with vegetable, fish, or white meat.


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Tenuta Montenisa
Sub Region:
Sparkling Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Pinot Noir , Chardonnay
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