Moscato d'Asti is the wine of the party, the one most suitable for pandori and panettoni, full of gold, light and silk yellow, sweet, yes but never stuccoable; a wine that can be abandoned with confidence, with tranquility but also with debauchery, without restraint and without guilt because it never exceeds 5% vol. and drunk between 6 and 8 degrees it is well deserved while struggling to let it go.
This is the case for the Moscato produced by Gianni Doglia who devotes a lot of attention to the production of two types of both charged with fineness. Excellent all the other wines, tasty, catchy with so much passion inside each sip. The Merlot in its typology of Red Monferrato (with the exclamation point) has more and more charisma and we are always grateful for having tasted it, because it is produced in very limited edition with only 500 bottles.