Ca’ del Bosco is the leading brand of sparkling wines that bear the name of the zone where they’re made: Franciacorta.
The enviable position has been reached thanks to the passion of Maurizio Zanella, who in the early 1970’s set out to purse his passion and consequently played a leading role in Italy’s wine renaissance by transforming a house in the woods into cutting edge winery.
The essence of a love for wine and the experience of thirty years, every day in the vineyard and cellar, in search of the sublime seduction of the palate.
The Franciacorta D.O.C.G. zone is in the province of Brescia, Lombardy. It is bordered to the east by the Rhetic Alps, to the west by the river Oglio, to the north by Lake Iseo and to the south by the Po river plain.
This geographical position bestow Franciacorta with a uniquely ideal climate for the cultivation of chardonnay, pinot bianco and pinot nero grapes that yield outstandingly elegant wines.
The geographical context of Franciacorta is characterized by soils lacking in limestone or clay but with a predominance of organic matter, silt, sand, stones and glacial sediments.Visit their website