Spumanti Trentodoc, including:
Ferrari Brut Trentodoc, Ferrari Rosé Trentodoc, Ferrari Demi-Sec Trentodoc, Ferrari Maximum Blanc de Blancs Trentodoc, Ferrari Maximum Rosé Trentodoc, Ferrari Maximum Demi-Sec Trentodoc, Ferrari Perlé Zero Trentodoc, Ferrari Perlé Trentodoc, Ferrari Perlé Bianco Riserva Trentodoc, Ferrari Perlé Rosé Riserva Trentodoc, Ferrari Perlé Nero Riserva Trentodoc, Ferrari Riserva Lunelli, Giulio Ferrari Riserva del Fondatore e tutti i Prodotti del Gruppo Lunelli
Ferrari, with over a century of history and an unrivalled pedigree of awards and noble recognitions, is Italy's leading producer of Metodo Classico. Founded in 1902, Ferrari has kept the features of a family company and refers solely to Lunelli family, descendant of that famous Bruno, who in 1952 purchased the winery from Giulio Ferrari, with a production of less than ten thousand bottles per year.
Excellence has always been the inspiration behind every choice at Ferrari. Excellence implies loyalty to Metodo Classico as the sole production process and to Trentino, with its extraordinary mountainside viticulture, as terroir of choice for its vineyards. In fact, all the grapes intended to become Ferrari, such as Chardonnay and Pinot Nero, come from the hillsides of Trentino mountains, are cultivated according to the Trentodoc guidelines and the strict company procedures, in order to grant sustainability.
The pursuit of uncompromising excellence has led Ferrari to obtain an unparalleled number of awards: from the Gold Medal awarded at the International Exposition of Milan in 1906, to the accolade of “Winery of the Year” by Gambero Rosso to the title for the third time of "Producer of the Year" at "The Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships".
Ferrari has always been a symbol of the Italian Art of Living and has accompanied some of the most important moments in statesmanship, culture, entertainment, and sports. Even the top brands in Italian fashion, design, and lifestyle choose Trentodoc wines to celebrate their most significant events. It is no coincidence that Ferrari is a founding member of Altagamma, the foundation that gathers the most prestigious Made in Italy companies.
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