95 g/ lit
Colli Euganei, hills near Padua city
6°- 8° C
Morainic and volcanic
Medium-sized, tulip-shaped glass
End of September
Selected grapes are harvested in late September. After a short period of maceration, the must is separated from the skins which are gently pressed. The must is stored at very low temperatures to prevent fermentation. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel for about two months then wine is cooled down and filtered before bottling.
Bright golden yellow, with a fine and long perlage. Fresh varietal flavours and high natural acidity. Notes of exotic fruit, orange zest, peach and apricot. Sweet, with hints of citrus fruit.
While dessert is Moscato’s forte, cheese courses, charcuterie or antipasto plates can be perfect pairings. Its versatility and the lower alcohol make it an ideal aperitif candidate.