Moscato grapes are connected to the viticultural history of southern Piedmont, where they have always found their ideal microclimate to produce a unique, sparkling wine. This wine’s slow fermentation and controlled temperature help this spumante, with its moderate alcohol amount (around 7%), maintain its fresh, fragrant, and aromatic characteristics intact, which are so typical of the moscato grape.
Yield per hectare:
3 months in autoclaves
straw yellow, with typical golden reflections, a compact effervescence, and beautiful pérlage
delicate yet intense, with notes of must, white flowers, lemon, and sage
unmistakably fresh and sweet, incredible pleasing and balanced
well-adapted for aperitif and paired with desserts and fruit at the end of the meal