A butterfly sipping from a classic goblet filled with wine. Designed by a
child, this image is perfectly styled for a wine that is a natural bearer of
Named after the unique Moscato d'Asti variety, the pride of the Asti
The age-old Piedmont white Muscat, known since Roman times.
Vineyards laid out on well-exposed hillsides planted to about 5000
vines per hectare produce a maximum 9 tonnes of grapes giving 6300
litres of wine.
The grapes are picked by hand in the first half of September when they
have acquired a yellow, old-gold colour and are ripe and juicy.
Carefully chosen grapes are sent straight to the winery. Soft pressing
yields a must that is then cooled and filtered. Foaming is the result of
natural fermentation in an autoclave and an isobaric filler is used for
REFINEMENT AND STORAGE
The sweetness and strong aroma of this wine make aging unnecessary.
It should be drunk young, since its fragrance and freshness diminish in
the course of time.
Brilliant pale straw yellow with delicate pale green hues. A slight white
foam disperses to form a lingering sea of bubbles.
Aromatic, flowery and fruity bouquet.
Pleasantly sweet and fresh palate due to its low alcoholic strength and
correct acid taste. A soft wine with the rich undertones typical of the
Moscato grape. Intense and long-lasting aroma.
5.5% by volume
SERVING SUGGESTIONS AND ACCOMPANIMENTS
This wine's extraordinary bouquet is best enhanced when it is served in
crystal goblets at about 9-10°C.
A dessert wine par excellence that goes well with all oven-baked cakes.
It is also a good companion for pastries, filled cakes, fruit tarts and
sweets eaten with a spoon. A splendid, readily appreciable table-talk
wine that confers a joyous feeling of simplicity and freshness.