D'Asti DOCG Variety: 100%
Moscato Bianco Provenance: Giribaldi Vineyard. Calamandrana , Regione San Vito
(Asti). Soils: sand 40%, silt 42%, clay 18 Vinification and maturing: Only the healthy and
ripe bunches are pressed very gently to obtain a very richly aromatic must.
This must is stored in temperature-controlled steel tanks to prevent
fermentation. Shortly before bottling, the must is poured into autoclaves where
the partial fermentation of sugars takes place in order to obtain a pleasantly
characteristics: Straw yellow color with golden hues.
Characteristics bouquet with a marked musky aroma, reminiscent of ripe grapes.
Well-balanced, sweet but not cloying flavor, freshened by its slight sparkle. s
with: Dry pastries and fruit tarts, cream pastries, traditional
Italian cakes and desserts, from “panettone” to “zabaione”, fresh fruit,
ice-cream and fresh cheese. meats, meat dishes, roasts, stews, game and
Classic characteristics of marine climate wines, with distinct mineral and saline notes, citrusy fruit and crisp, cool-climate acidity. The Cotes de Grandlieu is considered the premier appellation of Muscadet, and La Berriere tends to vines of more than 30+ years, resulting in wines of great concentration, minerality and depth of flavor. Perhaps the most perfect shellfish wine!