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Sparkling Wines

Sparkling Wines

Balan Prosecco Gold

Producing Country: Italy | Veneto

Varietals: Pure Glera grape

Harvest: Mid September

Vinification: Grapes are softly pressed, the must is taken at low temperatures and the maceration is done with a low controlled temperature, for better extraction of aromas. The wine becomes bubbly inside low-temperature pressure tanks (Charmat method) for second fermentation, for 40 days. 

Ca’Sisa Prosecco 750ml

Varietal: 100% Prosecco, also known as Glera.

Tasting Notes: Pale straw yellow color. The bouquet is subtle, but with a clear hint of fruit. A dry and fruity taste, lively and full of character. Serve with fresh fish specialties. 

Ca’Sisa Prosecco 375ml

Varietal: 100% Prosecco, also known as Glera.

Tasting Notes: Pale straw yellow color. The bouquet is subtle, but with a clear hint of fruit. A dry and fruity taste, lively and full of character. Serve with fresh fish specialties.  375ml/24 pack only.

Sparkling Moscato

Flavor Profile: Crisp and clean with citrus fruits.

Food Pairings: Bruschetta, Spicy Dinners and Almond Biscotti.

Dolce Bianco

This wine is crafted from select Moscato grapes grown in the hills of the Classics Vines region, in the district of Maranzana. This region is well known for the vines abundant exposure to sunlight. It retains the characteristic fragrance and flavor of the Moscato grape.

Dolce Rosso

Dolce Rosso or Sweet Italian Red Wine is 100% Brachetto grapes grown in and around the Asti Region in the province of Piemonte, Italy. is area is particularly favorable in terms of height and sunlight exposure to help create a masterpiece of fragrance, harmony and color, which is Brachetto.

Pinot Chardonnay Spumante

Pinot Chardonnay is the wine for excellence that in Italy and in the rest of the world becomes “sparkling wine”. Due to experience in sparkling wines, Cantina Maranzana produces it through the Italian method called “charmat”, which guarantees the origin of a local wine.

Spumante Brut Rosé

This spumante, sparkling rosé wine, is made from pinot noir grapes grown on hillsides in the area of Maranzana and Cassine, where the microclimate, height and exposure to sunlight are particularly favourable.

All the spumante wines produced by Maranzana have characteristically small bubbles which rise abundantly and persistently to the surface. This is a characteristic that demonstrates the meticulous attention dedicated to the wine production process, and the high quality of the pinot noir grapes used to make the spumante.

Spumante Brut

Soil: Medium-textured with calcareous marl and gypsum, located around the 45° parallel north.

Cultivation: Guyot-trained

Harvesting: By hand

Vinification: Soft pressing with pneumatic press at 0.8 bar. Fermentation with cultured yeasts at 16-18°C controlled temperature.

Refining: Temperature controlled stainless steel, charmat method. During aging the wine undergoes several analytical controls to assure its integrity.

Spumante Dolce

Soil: Medium-textured with sandy soil, located around the 45° parallel north.

Cultivation: Guyot-trained

Harvesting: By hand

Vinification: Soft pressing with pneumatic press at 0.8 bar. Fermentation with cultured yeasts at 16-18°C controlled temperature.

Refining: Temperature controlled stainless steel, charmat method. During aging the wine undergoes several analytical controls to assure its integrity.