Adami has long been at the forefront of quality Prosecco production, setting the benchmark against which other Prosecco wines are judged. 'Bosco di Gica' is the ancient name of the Adami family vineyards and also the name of their best selling Brut Prosecco.
The grapes (Glera 95%, Chardonnay 5%) are gently pressed. The first fermentation is in stainless steel and the wine spends 3 months with fine lees contact. The second fermentation is in steel pressure tanks, "Italian Method".
Bosco di Gica is remarkably fruity with delicate aromatics. Straw yellow in colour with scents of yellow apple and peach, wisteria and acacia blossom. Creamy mousse, taut acidity and a lingering dry finish.
Ideal as an aperitif, but also a wine to be enjoyed throughout a meal and works well with any light, delicate dish.