Geometric perfection that's almost esoteric, and allows the golden bubbles to age in the secret of the cellars.
Ferrari's wines made using the metodo classico (classical method) have always been number one in Italy, and listed among the top ten sparkling wines in the world. In 1952 Bruno Lunelli took over the brand and a small wine cellar with a limited selection of bottles and began to expand its production. Today the company is led by the third generation of the Lunelli family. All its grapes, from Chardonnay to Pinot Nero, come from the mountain slopes of a land that is cultivated with respect for the strict rules set down by Trento Doc. Ferrari has received numerous awards. Number one in Italy with a 25% share of the metodo classico market, the company exports its products to over 50 countries. It features some eleven labels. In the 1980s the Lunelli family also began bottling mineral water, Surgiva, grappa, Segnana, Lunelli wines from the Trentino, and two vineyards, Podernovo and Castelbuono, located in Tuscany and Umbria, respectively, where excellent red wines are made. Cantine Ferrari recently opened a Michelin-starred restaurant called Locanda Margon.