At Colbertaldo, you can still walk through a small wood which was first mentioned in historical records around 600 years ago, when it was known as the Bosco di Gica. This Valdobbiadene DOCG Brut Adami elegantly expresses the balance between a dry palate and graceful nose (10 g/l). The grapes most suitable for the Brut are selected from vineyards in the three municipalities bordering the winery.
The Adami NV Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Bosco di Gica Brut is tonic and tight with sharp aromas of lemon, green apple and crispy white peach. The wine is thin and bright with sharp, tiny beading that builds nicely to create pretty foam and lively effervescence. This is one of the most angular and linear of Franco Adami's terrific sparkling wines.