Harvest takes place towards mid September when the grape reaches a high sugar level. The grapes are pressed and the must obtained remains in contact with the skins at a very low temperature for 12 hours. After racking, the must is then cooled and put to rest into stainless steel tanks. The fermentation is thermostatically controlled; once the wine starts to spume it is then put into bottles.
The visual on this Moscato is stunning, straw yellow color and light golden reflections. The intense and fragrant floral aromas are marked with ripe apricot, sage and peach blossoms;well balanced acidity compliment the sweet citrus, as well as apricot jam and honeysuckles on the palate, finishes crisp and sweet.
Discover how a glass of Moscato will render your favorite desserts even more delicious.