Trento Doc

Trento Doc is the first Italian Classic Method or Champenoise Method with a denomination of origin, in 1993; also known as the mountain bubble, it has become a pioneer of high-quality Italian sparkling wines. Trentodoc was born in a territory, Trentino, characterized by a deep diversification, from Lake Garda to the Dolomites, from an altitude ranging from 200 to 900 meters above sea level; from a climate similar to the Mediterranean near the lake to an alpine one near the mountains, as well as a continental climate at the bottom of the valley.

The birth of the Trentino Classic Method dates back to the mid-nineteenth century, but it is thanks to Giulio Ferrari, founder oenologist of the homonymous sparkling wine house, that the sparkling process of the Champagne method acquires its current connotation. During his various travels in the French territory, he was the first to understand the similarities of the Trentino territory, from an orographic and climatic point of view, with the renowned Champagne region, and therefore to give rise to very refined sparkling wines.

For the production of Trento Doc, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes are used, a range of vines capable of expressing all the diversity of the territory. Trentodoc sparkling wine can be produced in white or rosé versions, and requires aging on the yeasts of at least 15 months for the Brut version, of at least 24 for a Millesimato, and a minimum of 32 months for a Riserva; in reality, the vast majority of producers adopt an aging period longer than the minimum necessary.

From Romanese, with its sparkling wine aged in the depths of the lake, to Abate Nero and Letrari, from Maso Martis to Valdadige and Cenci, scroll down and immediately discover all Trento Doc sparkling wines.

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