Moscato is made with a particular grape, defined as semi-aromatic and differs greatly from the grapes that are usually used to produce wine. The main difference is in its sugar content, resulting in higher sweetness in the wines produced—and an exotic, fruity taste. Piemonte wine is traditionally slightly sparkling and drunk both as an aperitif and dessert wine. Pairs well with a large variety of desserts, ice cream, fresh fruit and baked goods.
Very cold (6-9°)
Sensory notes:Straw-yellow with golden reflections. Intensely aromatic bouquet with notes of apricot, sage and honey.
Pairing:Excellent dessert wine, pairs well with a large variety of desserts, ice cream, fresh fruit, and baked goods.
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