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2013 Massolino Moscato d'Asti (750ml - Full Bottle)

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Vintage 2013
Varietal Moscato d'Asti
Bottle Size 750
Classification D.O.C.G.
Region Italy
Subregion Moscato d'Asti
Bottle Condition Perfect

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Winery Notes
Winery Notes:
Appearance: bright straw yellow, with fine and persistent perlage; it maintains limited pressure, as recommended by the tradition of this wine. Bouquet: tempting, immensely fresh and intense, it reveals decisive fruit notes, with a clear predominance of sage. Flavour: expansive and enveloping, but not too sweet; the typical aroma of Moscato grapes is naturally prevalent and it has a very long and delicious finish.
 
Winery Notes
Winery Notes:
Superb with desserts, such as the classic Langhe hazelnut cake or apple and pine nut cake, lemon cake, fruit puffs and traditional Christmas panettone. It is also extremely particular and seductive when served with mature, slightly spicy cheeses. To fully appreciate the fragrance of this wine, we recommend uncorking just before pouring.
 
Winery Notes
Winery Notes:
Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate - The slightly sweet wine is the 2013 Moscato d'Asti, which offers up loads of pineapple, honeysuckle, peach and mango notes. The residual sugar is just sufficient to give it a nice, off-dry character and the slight effervescence provides freshness and uplift. These wines are best drunk in their first six months of life after arrival in this country, as this one should be.
 

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Region :
Italy
As the world’s top wine-exporter, Italy is an important wine region both because of the amount and quality of wines produced. Just two grapes—Nebbiolo and Sangiovese—are used to make some of the finest Italian wines, including Barolo, Brunello de Montalcino and Chianti. Still, Italy is home to dozens of wine grape varieties, with important wines being made from Corvina, Barbera, Cortese, Moscato and traditionally French varietals. The major wine regions include Piedmont, Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna, Veneto, Campania and others. Most producers follow the government-regulated DOC classification system, with a few notable exceptions including the esteemed “Super Tuscan” producers. View all our items from Italy