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.

Grape:
moscato bianco

Yield per hectare:
100 q.

Aging:
3 months in stainless steel tanks

Color:
straw yellow, with typical golden reflections

Aroma:
fresh, with typical notes of white flowers, lemon, sage, and ginger

Taste:
sweet, fresh, elegant, and perfectly balanced sugars and acidity

Pairings:
generally sweets, but also cheeses and savory snacks

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