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Atelié and the vineyards of Canelli are synonymous with creativity, tradition and the history of a remarkable territory. Remembering the moments and creating the memories makes life experiences enjoyable and light as bubbles.

Why Choose Atelié?

Quality

A heritage made up of culture and tradition has led to the identification of the best zones and the best methods for processing grapes. The family belief is that the quality of product produced represents the first element of a sustainable future.

Family

Two hundred years of experience guides the estate in its choices to ensure a memorable and tasteful experience that is remembered by all. The tradition of wine-making runs deep within the hills of the winery, and has since the 1800s, when they first began their journey.

Naturalness

All wines are softly pressed and fermented at low temperatures followed by immediate bottling to embrace the right flavors of the grapes.

Value

A premium selection of sparkling wines with designated origins and memorable quality that keeps customers coming back.

Champagne Sweetness

- Extra Brut to Doux -

Brut Champagne is a level of sweetness in sparkling wine. The sweetness comes from a step in the Champagne making process called “dosage” (“doe-sazj”) which is when a small amount of sugar is added back into the wine before corking. Because sparkling wine is traditionally very acidic, the purpose of this process is to reduce the intensity of tartness.

Over time, sparkling wine producers realized that people’s sweetness preference varied, which is why there are several options to choose from in regards to sweetness - Extra Brut has no added sugar and Doux has 50 or more g/l RS, or residual sugar*.  

*50 g/l RS is equivalent to just over 2 teaspoons of sugar per glass.

MOSCATO D'ASTI | DOCG

The Flavor Report

What does it taste like?
Peach, Lychee, Honey

What does it smell like?
Apricot, Floral notes

Where is it from?
Fifty-three (53) towns in Asti, Alessandria
and Cuneo provinces - Italy

What year was it made?
2015

What does it pair well with?
Pastries, Crepes, Soft cheeses

PROSECCO | DOC

The Flavor Report

What does it taste like?
Ripe citrus, Honey

What does it smell like?
Orange peel, Honeydew melon

Where is it from?
Bulluno, Gorizia, Padova, Pordenone, Trieste,
Treviso, Udine and Venezia provinces of Italy

What year was it made?
N/A

What does it pair well with?
Shellfish, Cured meats, Assorted cheese and fruit

PINK MOSCATO | IGT

The Flavor Report

What does it taste like?
Fresh strawberry, Zesty citrus, Honeyed berries

What does it smell like?
Raspberry, Rose petals, Fragrant dark cherries

Where is it from?
Various provinces throughout Italy

What year was it made?
N/A

What does it pair well with?
Freshly cut fruit, Mixed berries with
crème fraiche, Raspberry tart

RED ACQUI BRACHETTO | DOCG

The Flavor Report

What does it taste like?
Fresh rose petals, Blooming flowers, Vibrant berries

What does it smell like?
Blackberry, Wild strawberry

Where is it from?
Twenty-six (26) towns in Asti and
Alessandria provinces - Italy

What year was it made?
N/A

What does it pair well with?
Desserts, Fruit, Ice cream, Biscuits, Chocolate

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