MOSCATO D'ASTI

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Designation of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin

A sweet wine slightly sparkling with a pressure of 1.5 bar, alcohol  5,5%, with a residual of natural grapesugars of 120/125 g per liter, a straw yellow colour, with fine and light perlage, a fragrant flower aroma that reminds you of moscato grapes, and a fresh, sweet taste and a balanced acidulent.

 Colour straw yellow, bouquet  rich aroma that keeps the fragrance of the Moscato grapes, mixed with a slight scent of sage, wisteria. The flavour is lovely, sweet flavour harmoniously balanced with acidity and a moderate percentage of alcohol, brightened by delicate froth. Serve chilled, centigrade with desserts, pastry, as an aperitif, as a thirst quencher any time of the day, especially when it is time to celebrate.

Moscato d’Asti is an aromatic wine that highlights the variety’s primary aromas.

Orange blossom, peach and thyme show intensely on the nose.

Straw yellow with greenish nuances, it has a fine, elegant perlage offering rounded, sweet sensations.

The perfect wine for getting everyone into a party mood.

GRAPE-VARIETY:

Moscato bianco di Canelli.

Location:  in Treiso (400 mt. asl)

Facing south-west, with Guyot pruning (7-9 buds / vine)

Vines / Ha: 4500

Yield / Ha: 7-8000 kg

Year planted: 1990-2000

VINEYARD

 

VINIFICATION

De-stemming and crushing, followed by maceration on the skins for  several hours prior to squeezing in horizontal presses. Off-skins  fermentation for 15-20 days at a controlled temperature of approx. 16°-17° C. The formation of a light mousse in pressure tanks with the addition of  selected yeasts to reach an excess pressure of 1.5 Atm is followed by stabilization and refrigeration at -4° C. Before bottling, the wine  undergoes microfiltration, and it is then left to refine in the bottle for  several weeks.

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Azienda Agricola Abrigo Orlando di Abrigo Giovanni

Via Cappelletto 5, 12050 Treiso (CN)

P.I. 02369730045

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