The moscato grape, the most renown of Aromatic varieties, requires a specific technique to preserve all the grape's fragrance in the wine.
Immediately after the harvest, done only by hand, we press the grapes softly and we clarify and filter the must.
We preserve this grape juice in refrigerated tanks at 2 °C below zero until it is time for the temperature controlled fermentation, which is made in autoclave with selected yeasts to obtain a lively wine.
The producing process is the same for all the Moscato wines, although everyone has specific characteristics based on the different vineyards.
Wine: Naturally lively
Color: deep straw yellow
Fragrance: aromatic, intense and complex
Taste: sweet, pleasantly acidulous, with delicate and long lingering flavour, full bodied, round and velvety.
Accompanying: an excellent desert wine, it perfectly accompanies strawberries, cooked peaches filled with macaroons, jam tarts or hazelnut cakes.
Surface (Ha): 3,5
Variety of vine planted: Moscato
Year of planting: 1970
Altitude (m): 320 m a.s.l.
Exposure: South South-West
Type of soil: Marl-Limestone
Slope of the hill: 25-30%