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Ferrari’s versatile and contemporary Maximum line was created specifically for the restaurant industry but if you’re cooking chef-grade food at home we decided there should be no limits. Everything to the maximum that’s our motto.

Ferrari Maximum Blanc de Blancs is a Trentodoc which means it’s a sparkling wine produced using the classic method (the same as Champagne) and hand-picked grapes grown on the slopes of the mountains of Trentino. This one is pure Chardonnay and has been aged on the lees (the spent yeast that gives the greatest sparkling wines their creamy nutty and bready character) for 30 months which is twice as long as non-vintage Champagne requires by law. The vineyards are located at 300-600 m above sea level. This altitude gives the Maximum Blanc de Blancs great concentration and lovely mineral notes so typical of Ferrari’s wines.

On the nose the Maximum Blanc de Blancs is intense and very concentrated with aromas of white flowers citrus peel ripe stone fruit grapefruit yellow apple hazelnuts lemon meringue pie and crusty bread. The palate is smooth and elegant with fine and silky bubbles and a balanced acidity. Due to its delicate and rounded structure this wine will pair perfectly well with fresh cheese like buffalo mozzarella octopus and other seafood sushi buttered Jersey Royals risotto scattered with toasted nuts and canapés.

Giulio Ferrari was inspired by Champagne and his winemaking studies in France which gave him the vision of producing Metodo Classico sparkling wine in Italy. The iconic Ferrari Trento brand is now owned and run by the third generation of the Lunelli family who craft some of Italy’s finest and most awarded fizz from their vineyards at the base of the Dolomites. This was proven by them being crowned ‘Sparkling Wine Producer of the Year’ at The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships in 2021.

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