Chardonnay is a prestigious white grape variety which has been cultivated for decades in Trentino. It was probably Giulio Ferrari – who introduced the production of sparkling wine in Trentino – who brought it back with him at the beginning of the 20th century after a long period spent in the Champagne region in France where he greatly appreciated the characteristics of this grape. The quality of Chardonnay lies in particular in its excellent adaptation to Trentino, a land in which it has found a habitat very similar to its homeland. The area over which Chardonnay is found is almost always in the grape growing areas in the province of Trento. The grapes used by Cantine Monfort winery come from vineyards on the hills near Trento and on the slopes of the Valle di Cembra.
Colour: very slightly straw-coloured with a hint of green.
Bouquet: fine, pleasantly fruity with tropical fruit notes.
Palate: dry, well-structured, agreeably harmonious.
This is an elegant, high quality wine which is excellent as an aperitif. Ideal with pasta, soups and white meats. Best drunk young in order to savour to the full its bouquet which is enhanced by its acidity.