The grapes are manually harvested in September and are then soft pressed. The skins are then subject to a short cold maceration and the must to static racking. The must primary fermentation takes place in steel tanks at 18/19°C with select yeasts. The new wine is then kept on the noble lees for some weeks. Then the foam removal lasts 20/25 days at 18°C. After that the sparkling wine is kept on the lees for some weeks. Then the tartaric acid is stabilised and the sparkling wine is bottled. Final ageing in bottle.