Ferrari Trento, official toast of Formula 1®, will be presenting its new Ferrari F1® Limited Edition sparkling wine at the upcoming Formula 1 Heineken Gran Premio d’Italia 2021 at Monza on 12th September. This rather special Blanc de Blancs cuvée celebrates four of the iconic Grands Prix in the FIA Formula 1® World Championship.
This limited edition wine will be available in four versions, dedicated to one of the iconic Grand Prix circuits well-known to motor sports fans around the world. They include Monza in Italy, built in 1922 and home of the Italian Grand Prix. Then there is Silverstone in England, which first hosted the British Grand Prix in 1948. Suzuka held its first Japanese Grand Prix in 1963 and then finally, Sochi Autodrom, home of the Russian Grand Prix, which was built around the Olympic Park following the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
Each version will have its own distinctive label and customised gift pack, with an attractive design and will be a must-have for enthusiasts and collectors alike, who will be able to buy all four versions in the best wine shops and online, as well as at the Ferrari winery. By adding one of these bottles to your wine cellar you will be preserving a little piece of history, as this is the first time that an Italian sparkling wine has been on the podium of the FIA Formula 1® World Championship, making the 2021 season particularly memorable.
The Ferrari F1® Limited Edition is a Blanc de Blancs Trentodoc, a popular Chardonnay from mountainside vineyards which the winery in the Lunelli Group is well-known for. It is matured on its lees for 38 months and displays great intensity on the nose, with notes of ripe fruit as well as hints of crusty bread and hazelnuts. Its flavour is both inviting and satisfying, which can be attributed to its freshness and the fineness of its bubbles, along with an aftertaste that combines mineral sensations with citrusy nuances.
For more information on Ferrari Trento and the Ferrari F1® Limited Edition, please visit: www.ferraritrento.com
Simon Burrell is Editor of Our Man Behind The Wheel, a professional photographer and former saloon car racing driver.
Images courtesy of Ferrari Trento
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