Famous for centuries as the home to Italy’s greatest sparkling wine, Franciacorta lies in the heart of Lombardy and the province of Brescia.  Comprised of 19 villages, the region has produced wine since Roman times, with evidence of their superior quality being found in the writings of such venerable authors as Pliny the Elder and Virgil.  Under the direction of 11 leading wineries, the region was classified as a DOC in 1967.


Recognized as a leading producer in the consorzio, Ricci Curbastro has been producing great wine for generations.  Driven by the passion and dedication of current owner Riccardo Ricci Curbastro, the estate has done much to modernize its cellar and significantly expand its vineyards, now encompassing some of the best parcels within the district.  A true ambassador for its growing region, the winery has also served as President of the Franciacorta consorzio and chairman of other leading grower associations.  The darling of wine critics the world over, this estate proves just how beautiful the wines of Franciacorta can be.  


2014 Sebino Pinot Bianco

2014 Curtefranca Bianco

2012 Curtefranca Bosco Alto

Franciacorta Demi Sec

Franciacorta Brut

Franciacorta Brut Saten

Franciacorta Extra Brut


2013 Sebino Rosso

2012 Curtefranca Rosso

2009 Santella del Grom


Fraciacorta Brut Due Bicchieri (Gambero Rosso)

Franciacorta Brut Saten Due Bicchieri (Gambero Rosso)

Franciacorta Extra Brut Due Bicchieri (Gambero Rosso)