Braida Moscato d’Asti Vigna Senza Nome 2021


Bright straw yellow colour, nice froth and creamy perlage. An extraordinarily fresh and very variegated bouquet, with fresh fruit, orange blossom, rose and musk standing out among the many notes. A gracefully sweet flavour with the grape’s characteristic aromaticity, delicious and lingeringly persistent.

Pair with fruit and fruity desserts, pastries, panettone, hazelnut tart and certain cheeses, such as Castelmagno. Very pleasant as an aperitif and as a thirst-quenching drink whenever you like.

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Winery Profile:
Braida has raised the status of Barbera from everyday local wine to a complex, stylish wine which can be just as unique as a Barolo or Brunello. 1961 was the date of the first harvest of the lively Barbera del Monferrato, “La Monella”, which Giacomo Bologna decided to bottle. In 1969, Giacomo presented his wine at the Douja d’Or National Wine Competition in Asti, winning the gold medal. The single-vineyard 1982 Bricco dell’ Uccellone set the standard for the making of a great Barbera.

Region: Piedmont, Italy
Grapes: Moscato
Volume: 750ml