||White sparkling charmat method sweet aromatic
||Ancient vine cultivated both in the Greek and Italian peninsula. The name of this vine derives from the term "muscum" (musk), whose characteristic aroma is found in the grapes. Today it is cultivated in many Italian regions where it is widely spread. These grapes, with their compact, medium-sized bunches, lend themselves very well to both drying and sparkling wine making.
||Altitude: 200-300 m. a.s.l.
||Manual, towards the middle of September.
||White with soft pressing.
||In autoclave for 3 months, in bottle at least 2 months.
||Great at the end of the meal with dry pastries, ice cream, and fruit cakes.
||Price Valdo Moscato Brut € 6.77