Fragrant, floral aromas make up this dessert wine. The flavours of peach and apricot are delicate, and the texture is silky, light and gently sparkling. Its outstanding quality is thanks to the low harvest in the region in 2019, resulting in classic tastes.
Recommended food pairings
Refreshing and light wines like this one pair well with aged cheeses, so we recommend the tangy and rich Quadrello di Bufala. Serve after dinner together for the perfect balance of flavours.
The vineyard’s soils consist mostly of chalk with traces of lime, and vines are planted to maximise sun exposure. When ready, they’re cultivated according to the Guyot method. The Moscato grapes are selected when perfectly matured, and have been hand-picked.
Freshly harvested grapes are gently pressed, and the must stored at temperatures of -2°C. After slow fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless-steel autoclaves to create mild, natural sparkling wine, the temperature was then lowered to keep the natural sweetness and freshness of the Moscato grape. Micro filtering the wine gives it clarity and purity.
About the Winemaker
Producer Michele Chiarlo is famous in Piedmont for producing excellent wines from world-renowned vineyards. The winemakers founded in 1956 is now run by his sons and produces a mix of ready-to-drink and aged wines from local grapes.