From the Piedmontese for “withered”.
Produced only in the sunniest vintages for a product more unique than rare.
Moscato Bianco Canelli
Santo Stefano Belbo
South. 350 metres above sea level
Annual pruning and training using the traditional Piedmontese Guyot method
End of October, beginning of November.
The grapes come from a manual selection of taking only the withered bunches. This type of processing can take place in two ways: if the weather conditions allow, the withering of the bunches takes place in the vineyard; otherwise they are collected and stacked in wooden racks to meet certain requirements. After pressing, fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks.
About a year in oak barrels used in the previous year
Colour: amber yellow;
Bouquet: it presents itself with a wide range of perfume derived from the typical aromas of the vine and the development from the contact with the oak;
Taste: an incredible concentration of aromas of ripe fruit with a decent note of honey;
Meditation wine, can be paired with dry pastries, or in a bolder way with spicy mature cheeses.Download data sheet