Mfm Christmas whislist #28 Contadi Castaldi, Excellent Italian bubbles

Don’t be wrong choose the right sparkling wine for your Christmas and New year’s eve parties. Bubbles are not all the same and Contadi Castaldi wines are the excellence of Franciacorta, a territory famous worldwide for its vineyards and wines. The diversity of these landscape, so rich in nuances, makes the creation of  new wines a real possibility. Whether a Pinot noir or a Chardonnay, what counts is having the right mix of tradition and innovation. During the middle-age the “contadi”  were Franciacorta’s counties, well-known for the excellence of their agricultural production, and “castaldi” were the local  lords. Contadi Castaldi  is a 115hectars vineyard,  located throughout  the 19 districts of Franciacorta.The secret of its refined wines is the accuracy of the cultivation, from planting to the harvesting of grapes. Thanks to different innovative methods, the grapes gave rise to a new range of wines featuring freshness and elegance. If you are thinking of a special gift to make, let yourself be seduced by the sparkling gift boxes selected by our MFM experts: “Come sempre” includes the three Franciacorta wines: Rosé, Brut and Soul Satèn. Looking for more sophisticated wines? “Ricordati di me” is a selection of Franciacorta Rosé, Brut and  Satèn Millesimato. And eventually, if you prefer a four bottles selection,  “Solo per te” includes also a CurteFranca BiancoA wide range of the most refined wines to make your Holidays memorable!

www.contadicastaldi.it




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