Small production sparkling Barbera (a red grape) made into a white bubbly from Lombardia, Italy.
The vineyard is located in Val Camonica, which is the longest valley in Lombardia as well as the longest valley in the Italian Alps. The vineyard’s altitude is 250 meters to 400 meters above sea level. There are steep slopes all around and one particular mountain that is 1,703 meters above sea level.
The grapes were farmed following biodynamic practices. The wine is fermented with native yeasts
without skin maceration, made in the Metodo Classico style, and aged in oaks barrels and in concrete tanks. No sulfites were added.
The name of the wine, “Attaccabrighe”, translates to “Wrangler”. People from other villages in the valley gave the Erbanno village this nickname.
Enrico Togni farms a small piece of land in Val Camonica way up in the hills of Lombardia. Enrico farms organically and biodynamically. He raises sheep and moves the sheep around his 3ha farm in an old 4x4 Fiat Panda. The vineyard was originally owned by Enrico’s grandfather who planted the first grapes in 1960. Enrico left law school to save the family farm and the Erbanno grape from going out of production. There is so much to love about Enrico, his family, and their wines.
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