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Lovely, light sparkler made from the Moscato grape in Piedmont, Italy.
And it really does smell of freshly squeezed grapes! At just 7%
, it makes a great party fizz, or put it with a fruit pudding and wait for the sighs of appreciation.
To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within 1 year of purchase.
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Olly Smith - Mail on Sunday, Event magazine 18/09/2016
Chill this sweet frothy splendour and uncork it with a box of brilliant white chocolates.
The moscato bianco grape (also known as Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains) has long been found in the Piedmont and along with Nebbiolo may be one of the oldest grapes in the region. However, the production of sparkling Asti from Moscato Bianco is a relatively recent product.
The official Asti and Cuneo zone stretches beyond the limits of the Asti province, to both east and west, nudging in the Cuneo and Alessandria provinces respectively, its western limit is the village of Serralunga D'Alba, although few Moscato vines are planted there. The area is quite hilly and the sloping vineyards create many different mesoclimates and exposures.