* In the heart of Franciacorta, in Camignone, lies the historic residence with the sixteenth-century cellars and the annexed lands, which bears witness to the long tradition of winemaking that Barboglio inherited in 1836.
Since 1976, the name was abandoned "farm Barzanň Barboglio" for the current "Mosnel the" dialectal name of Celtic origin meaning stony ground, heap of stones, on which stands the Company.
In the beginning was the Franciacorta Cuvée Brut 1990 was the year 2005, and was born on the Prize Mosnel "Matter of Label", organized by the historic cellar of the Franciacorta Mosnel under the patronage of ADI Design. The goal was to find a dress for a special product which, given the exceptional vintage, the long aging in the cellar and the limited quantities - only 300 numbered bottles in magnum size - it was a rarity to collect.
Housed largely in the ancient structures of the sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth-century retain the old world charm and provide an ideal atmosphere for the refinement of Franciacorta, the Mosnel was among the first companies to adopt Franciacorta stainless steel tanks , refrigeration equipment and pneumatic presses. The harvest is done by hand in small crates, the grapes, all owned by, arrive quickly in the cellar where, after careful selection, there is the pressing. This results in three fractions of must qualitatively different that will be fermented separately in temperature-controlled small oak barrels or stainless steel tanks, depending on their susceptibility to aging.
In the ancient and picturesque local bottles of wine mature for a minimum of two years in contact with the yeast that perfect reflexes, fine and persistent mousse and the unmistakable aromas typical of the Franciacorta Mosnel.
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