Bellaguardia 1920


Bellaguardia 1920, the name tells the story of this classic method.

In 1920, prestigious and award-winning bubbles were produced with the grapes of the Bellaguardia hill.

One hundred years later, to celebrate the tradition of this territory, the Bellaguardia winery produces this sparkling wine obtained from the selection of Pinot Bianco grapes, harvested manually in crates in the Belvedere vineyard located on the southern slope of the hill dominated by the castles of Romeo and Juliet at 200 meters above sea level.


Denomination: Traditional method pas dosè

Grapes: Selection of Pinot Bianco grapes

Region: Veneto (Italy)

Alcohol content: 12%

Format: 75 cl bottle

Vinification: Soft squeezing must yield 50% fermentation in stainless steel

Refinement: over 30 months on selected yeasts.

Allergens: Contains sulfites

Color: Straw yellow
Olfactory analysis: The olfactory notes are typical of these vines (white flowers and white pulp fruit) notes that go well with a good minerality
Taste analysis: Elegant, fresh and fragrant are the two main qualities, with a beautiful aromatic persistence and a fruity finish of great elegance.
How to serve it: Service temperature 6°-8° C.
How to taste it: Wide Flute
Pairings: Perfect as an aperitif, ideal for a fish dinner


Under the castles of Romeo and Juliet, in Montecchio Maggiore, near Vicenza, one expects to discover anything except a classic method sparkling wine, yes the good one, sparkling in the bottle, Italian Champagne to put it as it is.