Wine Region: Piedmonte, Italy
The fruit flavors tend more towards apricot, peaches and honey as opposed to apple, a common trait in many Moscato d'Asti. The finish is fresh and slightly creamy but not unctuous thanks to the bright acidity. A classic, well crafted Moscato d'Asti with optimal balance and lift.
About the Winery
The land asks for absolute dedication. It asks to be loved for better or worse, in abundance and scarcity. The land is almost more than a house. It's part of our life and asks to be guarded with the same tenderness that we have for our loved ones. And the amazing thing is that, despite all the difficulties, to love it does not need any effort.
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