Cocchi Asti Spumante

Cocchi Asti Spumante

Cocchi Giulio, 0,75 l - 7.00%
100% Moscato Bianco

Price € 10.91
Saving € 1.31 (12%)
€ 9.60
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Piedmont - Italy
White charmat method sparkling wine dessert wine aromatic

How to serve

Serve at:

06 - 08°C.


03 - 05 years

Charmat Method Sparkling Wines
Cocchi Asti Spumante
Cocchi's Asti Spumante represents the old school of sparkling winemaking of the world's best-known aromatic sparkling wine. Today, Giulio Cocchi produces it in small quantities by fermenting in steel vats the finest and most selected Muscat grapes from the Asti hills. Creamy and delicate in taste and fragrant in aroma, it is the classic festive wine for everyone, thanks to its natural character and low alcohol content. All the colours of the flags of the ancient 'Palio of Asti' are depicted in this bottle that Giulio Cocchi produces with over a hundred years of experience.


Abundant and persistent.


Straw yellow.


Aromatic and fragrant. It is vinous in the opening, then rich in fruity memories and hints of wisteria flowers, acacia and honey stand out.


Balanced on the palate, it has a good balance between freshness and sweetness, with long persistence.


Ideal with desserts. Moreover, it pairs well with almond or hazelnut pastries.



Name Cocchi Asti Spumante
Type White charmat method sparkling wine dessert wine aromatic
Classification DOCG Asti Spumante
Size 0,75 l Standard
Alcohol content 7.00% by volume
Grape varieties 100% Moscato Bianco
Region Piedmont
Origin Cocconato (Asti).
Vinification Every effort is made in the winery to maintain and enhance the original fruity and delicate aroma of the grapes by pressing the whole bunches to obtain a very sweet must that ferments slowly in stainless steel vats until it gets the wonderful bubbles and foam that characterise it.
Allergens Contains sulphites
Pairing Ideal with desserts. Moreover, it pairs well with almond or hazelnut pastries.
On offer Price Cocchi Asti Spumante € 9.60  ex VAT

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Cocchi Giulio

There, fascinated by the local food and wine tradition, he discovered Asti as being the capital of Moscato and the local wide-spread attitude to blend wines with herbs and spices. In 1891 Giulio Cocchi based there his activity as a distiller and spar...

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