Have you heard about Moscato d’ Asti DOCG?

Have you heard about Moscato d’ Asti DOCG?

Moscato is a misunderstood Italian grape. I know what you are thinking. Moscato is super sweet. It doesn’t always have to produce super sweet wines, although it offers a range of sweetness. I first poured this wine at a dinner hosted at my apartment a few years ago, and recall that approaching the last course, dessert, we paired it with an Asti Spumante DOCG, which changed how my guests perceived Moscato after that; since the bubbles and gentle sweetness paired delicately with a greek yogurt based dessert and blueberry compote. So let’s learn to identify a Moscato d’Asti DOCG.

Moscato d’Asti DOCG from the Piedmont Wine Region. 

To identify a superior quality Moscato d’Asti be on the look for the DOCG seal.

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This seal guarantees that the Consorzio dell’Asti recognizes it as a product of excellent quality produced on Piedmonte.

The Consorzio dell’Asti was established in 1932 and worked to protect, enhance, and promote Asti Spumante DOCG and Moscato d’Asti DOCG.

Moscato d’Asti DOCG is produced and perfected in Piedmont, Italy.

A great example of Moscato d’Asti DOCG is Braida Vigna Senza Nome .

Produced with Moscato d’Asti 100% grape from land owned by Mango. 

Winemaking of Moscato d’Asti DOCG Braida Vigna Senza Nome 

Maceration with the skins for a few hours in a horizontal press followed by pressing. Vinification in white with prise de mousse in temperature-controlled autoclaves for 20 days at around 39°F.

At the end of fermentation, stabilization with refrigeration at 25°F, microfiltration, and bottle aging for a few weeks.

Tasting Notes of Braida Vigna Senza Nome 

Braida Vigna Senza Nome on the eyes has a Brilliant straw yellow color, beautiful foam, and rich perlage.

Aromas of extraordinary freshness and very varied among the many notes stand out fresh fruit, orange blossom, rose and musk.

A sweet and graceful taste, the aromatic characteristic of grapes, delicious and with long persistence. 

How to Pair Moscato d’Asti DOCG?

Beautifully accompanies fruit desserts, fruit, dry pastries, panettone, hazelnut cake, and unique cheeses such as Castelmagno. Very pleasant as an aperitif and as a thirst-quenching drink at any time of day.

Have you heard about Moscato d'Asti DOCG?
Have you heard about Moscato d’Asti DOCG?

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