Ca’Brione is an alpine white wine born in 1986. The soil's geological origins go back to the time when the African and European plates collided so forming the Alps. The great variety of rock thus caused lends both minerality and elegance to the wine.
Straw yellow in colour with green highlights; intense floral aroma with notes of elder and robinia, hints of white-fleshed fruit, peach and ripe pear; spices recalling mediterranean herbs and a slight suggestion of sweetmeats. A sense of fulness on the palate with great acidic balance and a finish of natural minerality.
Raw fish and shellfish, delicate-tasting cold cuts, goat-meat and young cheeses, white meats and mushrooms.
Chardonnay , Sauvignon, Incrocio Manzoni and Nebbiolo (Chiavennasca) vinified in white.
The vineyards are planted on the slopes of the Rhaetian Alps, along the right bank of the river Adda.