The grapes are harvested by hand in September/October, when they have the best chemical/organoleptic properties, and are lightly crushed. The must then undergoes static decantation. Primary fermentation takes place inside steel vats at 18/19°C with the help of selected autochthonous yeasts. The thus obtained wine remains in contact with the grape skins for a month. After being cleared, it is run into pressure tanks, where it becomes sparkling. Secondary fermentation occurs at 16/18°C with the help of selected yeasts and lasts approx. 25/30 days; a further fining process follows, whereby the wine remains in contact with yeasts for some days. After bottling, the wine is allowed to age a couple of weeks.