MOSCATO D’ASTI DOCG
VINEYARD: 0.9 Ha., 20 year old vines, spurred cordon training-system, density up to 4.500 vines per Ha. South-East exposure. The soil is compact limestone intermixed with loam and sand, covered by a thin layer of clay. 100% Moscato Canelli.
WINEMAKING: Grapes are handpicked the first week of September and fermented in stainless steel vats at controlled temperature and then goes through a secondary fermentation to obtain a light, caressing effervescence. After fining and cold-stabilization, the wine is bottled and released on the market.
||Moscato d’Asti Docg|
|100% Moscato Canelli|
||White / Sweet / Fizzy|
|VINEYARD||0,9 Ha. in Neive, 20 to 30 year old vines, density up to 5.000 plants per Ha. Cordon training system.|
||Sandy-clayey topsoil over a bedrock of compact limestone intermixed with loam and sand|
||Gambero Rosso one Glass|
|Moscato grapes are hand-picked the second week of September, destemmed, crushed and fermented at cool temperature with ambient yeasts in stainless steel vats. The alcoholic fermentation is blocked around 4-5% alcohol to preserve a few degrees of residual sugar, then a secondary fermentation in tanks is activated to produce a delicate carbonic pressure. At this point the wine is cold-stabilized and bottled.|
|Cantina del Glicine