The Moscato Rosa vines grow at an altitude of 250 to 300 meters in a well-ventilated area. Wind is essential to avoid accumulation of humidity that would cause the development of molds such as botrytis which would produce a decrease in color intensity and would also destroy the variety of aromatic components. The land chosen for the Moscato Rosa faces south / southwest and the soil is composed of a mixture of porphyry, sand, clay and limestone.
Moscato Rosa has a bright ruby red color, with an aroma of a lively freshness and an intense aromatic bouquet with notes of rose, cloves, cinnamon and orange peel. On the palate, the wine fascinates with a complex and elegant structure and an enchanting game between acidity, sweetness and tannins.
- Yield per hectare
- 15 - 25 hectoliters
- 12.000 - 15.000 bottles
- Recommended serving temperature
- 14° C - 16° C
The wine is vinified like a red wine though with a shorter maceration to avoid the tannins that would be too astringent. Once the desired characteristics are achieved the fermentation is interrupted by refrigeration. The young wine then stays in stainless steel tanks until bottling.
Moscato Rosa is a very special sweet wine that ranges from being an aperitif wine to a meditation wine. It is great served with chocolate cakes, fruit tarts and cocoa desserts.