Moscato d’Asti

The Moscato grapes are planted in one of pur “Sorì” (southern facing) slopes in San Rocco Seno d’Elvio (Alba). A rough steep terrain, with a marked southern exposure where the work must be done by hand and the production is very small. The result is a sweet, aromatic, slightly fizzy wine with great fullness and satisfaction.
Appellation
Moscato d'Asti DOCG
Region
Piedmont go to region
Zone
Alba
Varietals
Moscato Bianco 100%
Wine Type
Moscato

Moscato Bianco

Year of planting
Between 1967 and 2002
Soil type
Marl with prevalence of limestone and sand
Exposure
South East to South West
Altitude
350 masl
Grape yield per hectare tons
7
Average production/year
21000 btls

Tasting Notes

Serving temperature 8 °C

Pairings Fresh fruit, cheese

Color Straw yellow

Nose Fresh, fruity (pear, lemon)

Palate Fresh, fruity