Novalia - Villa Crespia
23 vineyards located in the 6 landscapes (Vocational Units) which represent the diversity of
Franciacorta according to the zoning study of the early 90’s by the University of Milan. This is
the heritage of Villa Crespia: 6 lands, 6 wines. Vineyards vinified separately and then assem-
bled according to their origin. In the cellar, vintages are aged in stainless steel and wood
tanks, and then selected and valorized in the final assembly.
Villa Crespia dedicates to
each vocational unit a different Franciacorta, in order to transform into wine the sensory
emotions that comes from each landscape.
The vineyards of Novalia are called Bettolino, Martore, Santo Stefano, Casina, Torbiere. They
lie on soils of glacial and fluvial origin. Clay loam soils, with frequent presence of gravely
sediments. The climate is continental.
Novalia Villa Crespia is a Franciacorta Brut whose acidity and freshness come from green
fruit scents perfectly blend with floral hints of rose, lime, plant smells and yeast. Novalia is a
Franciacorta that is greatly appreciated for its immediate personality and simplicity. It is
characterised by a specific nature caused by the soils where its Chardonnay grapes grown.
It is a perfect aperitif, and blends harmoniously with sea fish crudités and vegetables
- based dishes.