Fermentation is carried out at a controlled temperature without the skins, with soft-pressing, using strains of yeast specially selected by the winemakers. It is then subject to a sudden drop in temperature in order to leave an increased amount of residual sugars.
Clear gold in the glass this Moscato possesses a generous bouquet-notes of musk, rosewood, sage and sweet ripe white fruit. The palate is as exceptionally gracious as it is fresh and lively, with a persistent honeyed backdrop that is, by turns, fruity and musky. Ideally, this Moscato should be savored with fresh strawberries, raspberries, peaches also lemon tarts and homemade ginger ice cream.