Moscato d’Asti DOCG
In Piedmont, moscato is the traditional wine of the family, and is particularly adapted for the end of the meal. The slow fermentation at a controlled temperature, interrupted when the must reaches 5.5% alcohol, produces a wine that best expresses its aromas, freshness, and the characteristic notes of its grape variety of origin.
Yield per hectare:
3 months in stainless steel tanks
straw yellow, with typical golden reflections
fresh, with typical notes of white flowers, lemon, sage, and ginger
sweet, fresh, elegant, and perfectly balanced sugars and acidity
generally sweets, but also cheeses and savory snacks