Recalling the ancient traditions, this wine bears the name of those bunches that were harvested in a second harvest in the period of San Martino.
Moscato Bianco Canelli
The grapes come from our own vineyards located in the municipalities of Santo Stefano Belbo and Castiglione Tinella
South, South-East. 400 metres above sea level
Annual pruning and training using the traditional Piedmontese Guyot method
End of August and first week of September with manual selection of grapes
After crushing, the grapes are pressed. The must is decanted and then stored in refrigerated autoclaves at a controlled temperature thanks to which during fermentation the gas produced is retained, thus generating the characteristic perlage. Fermentation takes place from the addition of yeasts selected to enhance the organoleptic characteristics of the product.
Short period in the bottle.
Colour: golden yellow;
Bouquet: broad and intriguing that recalls fresh fruit;
Taste: persistent with a decent acidity but very balanced with the residual sugar;
Excellent as an aperitif, it accompanies every dessert particularly dry pastries.Download data sheet