This dry Moscato is made from our families of growers’ Moscato Giallo grapes, grown in the areas north of Lake Garda. Here the climate effected by the lake creates the perfect aromatic ripening of the grapes.
The grapes are harvested in mid-September, then pressed and de-stemmed. Once cooled, the grapes remain in the press for at least 8 hours, where cold maceration allows for a greater aromatic extraction. The must obtained after a soft pressing is clarified and fermented at a controlled temperature of 60 F. After fermentation, the wine is kept at a low temperature in steel tanks to avoid the loss of aromas and oxidation, until bottling.
Color: straw yellow;
Bouquet: fresh, intense aromas, with hints of citrus and white flowers;
Taste: in the mouth it is fresh and balanced with crisp, fruity notes typical of the varietal.
Perfect wine for an aperitif and to start a meal. Ideal to accompany mussels and shellfish, risottos, or blue cheeses.