Moscato d’Asti (Dry)
Vinification and aging: Cold maceration at 9°C takes place for 26 hours, after which the temperature is lowered to 0°C for a further 34 hours. The must is then pressed to separate skins and pips. Cold fermentation takes place at between 10 and 11°C and is slow, lasting up to 45 days. The must is then racked, decanted into steel tanks and kept at 3°C for about 15 days. This procedure is repeated three times, thus clarifying the wine clarified naturally without the use of fining compounds. Ageing then begins. Half the wine is aged in Austrian acacia tonneaux and half in steel tanks; when this separate ageing is complete the two are blended. Ageing continues for at least another two months in steel tanks before bottling.
Colour: intense straw yellow Nose: intensely aromatic, typical of the Moscato variety with floral, peach, apricot and acacia honey notes. Palate: rich, full and round; long finish with citrus notes.
Food pairings: medium to well-aged cheese, shellfish, oysters and foie gras.
Service temperature: 10°c y 12°c
Alcoholic strength: 14.5 %
This wine can be drank immediately or can be kept for 3 to 5 years.
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|Potentiel de garde||3 - 5 ans|