The deep bond that unites us to the Franciacorta territory is expressed in one unique distillation method.
Here the flemma — that is, the base obtained from the pomace which, once distilled, will then become grappa — is brought down to a low temperature, then filtered for a second time.
This way, all impurities are eliminated even before the distillation starts.
The crystal clarity of the spirit is the distinctive note of our quality.
The Distillerie Franciacorta brand, a historical heritage of the area where it is still active today, is also the story of a family: the Gozio Family.
The Gozios are an example of how the art of distilling, when rooted in a land and its people, becomes a noble art, expressing, along with flavours, values such as loyalty, work, and care for tradition.
Numbers however do show that Distillerie Franciacorta is continuing to grow
and that its products are among the most loved by consumers in Italy and around the world, becoming one of the hallmarks of Made in Italy products.
Did you know that wine has been made
in Franciacorta since Roman times?