Castello di Cigognola Moratti Rosé Champenoise DOCG Oltrepo’ Pavese Pinot Noir Vintage 2013


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Italy is making some seriously good Champenoise Sparklers that are giving Champagne a run for its money these days.

The Oltrepo Pavese Metodo Classico D.O.C.G  has been awarded the status of an Applellation since 2007. The production zone lies in south of Lombardy’s Pavia province.

This exquisite example, equivalent to a Vintage Rosé in Champagne, was just awarded an incredible 94 Points by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. It has spent 60 months on the lees.

Exquisite pale pink color with reflections between raspberry and salmon. Extraordinarily fresh nose of flowers and red fruits: raspberry, strawberry, cherry and red currant. In the mouth the attack is decisive with notes of red fruits, wild strawberries, cherries and pink grapefruit. Fine and persistent perlage. Soft and delicate in the mouth.  Elegant and intruiguing, this is is a very complex and structured Rosé Champenoise with a balancing very fresh acidity.

This is a bone-dry, precise wine that combines pristine fruit, vibrancy and knife-like precision.

Pair with Crustaceans, Fish-based main dishes, Fish-based pasta or rice dishes, Shellfish or just as an aperitif

Appellation: Oltrepo Pavese Metodo Classico D.O.C.G

Cultivation system: guyot

Alcohol content: 12,5% vol.

Dryness – Brut nature: no sugar added after the disgorgement.

Production: 5000 bottles


REGION: Lombardy
TYPE: Champenoise – Metodo  Classico
WINERY: Castello di Cigognola s.a.r.l.
GRAPE: Pinot Noir 100% 
SHELF LIFE: 10 Years
VINIFICATION: From the highest part of the Pinot noir vineyard of Cigognola’s hill. East exposure. Tirage April 2014, disgorgement May 2019, 60 months on the lees. Brut nature: no sugar added after the disgorgement.

Castello di Cignola is a producer in Oltrepo Pavese, which is in northern Italy near Piedmont and Emilia Romagna. They have about 30 hectares of vines, covering several different microclimates on steep sided hills, surrounding their 12th century castle. They specialise in the red Barbera grape, making different styles of this wine.

Castello di Cigognola is an estate owned by the Moratti family, It spreads over the hills of Oltrepo’ Pavese,in the area once called “Vecchio Piemonte”. The wines originated from this region, a territory which has a strong identity but a difficult nature.

Through culture , courage , freedom and ethics the Moratti family produces wines which express the best of the region and also reflect it’s soul.

The Moratti are an Italian family of oil barons who have stood out in social circles for years, distinguished by their sensitivity, culture, ethics, soul, courage and freedom.

Castello Di Cigognola is now managed by Letizia and Gianmarco Moratti’s son Gabriele (“Bebe”) Moratti.

He operates this alongside his other businesses in Fashion, Design and Film.

The Castello Di Cigognola estate has been in his family since the 15th century.

Gabriele’s exciting and well established fashion brand is “Redemption “ and for his winery, his dream is

Tasting the “terroir” through freedom

and a mission statement of….

Producing wines thanks to the freedom, courage and ethics of a family that wants to enhance and to narrate, in Italy and worldwide, a unique regional identity.

The family believes in sustainability in their winemaking and biodiversity in the vineyard with a total respect of the environment.

Wine Enthusiast Magazine

  • Castello di Cigognola Rosé Brut Nature Pinot Nero Oltrepò Pavese 2013 – 94 points
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