In 1796, Napoleon’s troops invaded our lands. Apart from the devastation, the French soldiers left behind another bad memory: the bills of exchange with which they paid for wine, livestock and rent. Once the war was over, they were worth nothing, not even the paper they were printed on.
Early 2000. Luigiterzo enters the meeting holding two bottles. Cuvée Brut Nature de Monsieur and Cuvée Douce á Point de Madame Bosca. Their labels are based on a French bill of exchange from the end of the 18th century.
Colour: Brilliant straw yellow with fine and persistent perlage
Hints: Intense and fragrant, characteristic of bread crusts
Taste: Full, fresh and mineral taste with a slightly fruity aftertaste