Everything begins with the characteristic sounds of opening a bottle of sparkling wine. A hissing sound is followed by a short pause, and then the final pop. The word “sparkling” denotes a land and its people, who make wine. It reveals substance and encompasses history and geography, culture and instinct to provide unexpected pleasure. And when pleasure is exclusive, the bubbles that rise and pass through our nose to our spirit come from our most prestigious grape variety, Sorbara, processed according to the classic Champagne method or to the most modern method known as Charmat.