The Piccini family is rooted in the heart of Chianti and profoundly linked to the region’s rich winemaking culture. Their story began in 1882, when Angiolo Piccini bought 7 hectares (17 acres) of vineyards and began producing wines under the motto: "It's not how much wine we make, but how much passion we put in our work." Under the guidance of Mario Piccini, the fourth generation of the family, Piccini is today one of the most distinctive, dynamic and innovative Italian estates represented among the top 25 largest Italian producers.
Nose: Lovely ripe pear fruit flavours together with a really delicate, delectable fizz.
Palate: The floral aromas clash with a pleasantly bitter citrus rind note that is inherent in Prosecco grape (glera).
Finish: Vivid and fresh, with a fine, persistent perlage.