*Vintage may vary by location*
The grapes are deliberately picked late in order to obtain the maximum sugar levels and give, when pressed, a dense and perfumed must which, after a brief settling, begins its initial fermentation. This is soon blocked by a series of filtrations. The refermentation, which gives the wine its frizzante, its light sparkle, further develops the fine aromas of the Muscat grape, the more complex bouquet with floral and honeyed notes, which set off the golden hue of the wine's color and its delicate perlage. Lightly sweet and lightly alcoholic, it is the ideal accompaniment to small dishes and a delight to simply drink on its own, a wine for conversation and for pauses in the daily work.
• Moscato •