Castellare Scacchi Method Sparkling Wine BRUT VintageCastellare Scacchi Method Sparkling Wine BRUT Vintage

Castellare Scacchi Method Sparkling Wine BRUT Vintage

from Producer Azienda Agricola Sbaffi

Production area: Fabriano area (AN), Vineyards owned by the Sbaffi Agricultural Company located at an altitude of about 400 meters above sea level. The vineyards are situated in the hills with southern exposure.

Grapes: Chardonnay.

Land: loose, calcareous.

Training system: Guyot with a plant density of 3000 plants / ha, the yield is around 80 q / ha.

Harvest normally takes place in the last week of August / first decade of September, the harvest is manual with selection of the grapes harvested in 25 kg boxes

Vinification: in the cellar there is the equipment for the vinification, carried out with a soft pressing of the whole bunches, immediately after the harvest. The yield is around 50% grapes/must, followed by alcoholic fermentation with native yeasts in steel tanks.

Foaming: The base wine obtained is kept until spring when selected yeasts and grape must are added, bottled and closed with a crown cap. The refermentation in the bottle takes place for 48 months in the cave.

Disgorgement: particular care is taken for this delicate final set-up phase which consists in expelling the yeasts and the refermentation dregs. The sparkling wine is added with liqueur d’expédition which will give a dosage of a few gr / l of sugar. Post disgorgement refinement: 2 months.

All the production is vintage and it contains the entire wine of the same grape harvest.


PRODUCTION: 1000 bottles


The sparkling wine has a straw yellow color. The perlage is intense, creamy and elegant with fine, numerous and persistent bubbles. On the nose there is an important intense and fragrant aromatic freshness. The taste is sapid, harmonious, broad and deep. Suitable for consumption throughout the meal. The combination enhances the local salami but also fish-based dishes. It is not suitable for pairing with desserts.

Serve at low temperature, better 4-6 ° C.