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Moscato d’Asti DOCG 2022 – Massolino

In the glass, this wine is bright yellow with a fine and long lasting mousse. It opens with fresh and intense grape aromas, accompanied by notes of sage. On the palate, it has a refreshing acidity to balance the natural sweetness of this wine. The typical aroma of Moscato grapes dominates the palate, and it has a very long and delicious finish.

Availability: 23 in stock


Availability: 23 in stock

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About this wine

The grapes to produce the Moscato d’Asti DOCG Massolino were hand harvested and softly pressed on arrival at the winery. The juice was pumped into temperature-controlled, stainless-steel pressurised tanks. Fermentation took place at 15°C to preserve the flavour and aromas of the Moscato grapes. Fermentation was stopped by chilling the tank to 0°C when the wine reached 5% ABV, resulting in a gently sparkling wine with a high level of residual sugar. The Moscato was sourced from several vineyard sites in Serralunga d’Alba, situated at an altitude of 320-340 metres above sea level on the western edge of the Moscato d’Asti DOCG zone. The soil is composed predominantly of limestone. The vines are Guyot-trained and are planted at densities of 5,500 vines per hectare. They range in age from 18-22 years old. The average yield is eight tonnes per hectare. This 23 hectare estate has been in the Massolino family since 1896. Since 1994 the style of the wines has undergone a subtle transformation. Winemaker Franco Massolino has done a wonderful job of marrying change with a respect for tradition, something that sets him apart from most of the younger producers in Barolo today. This is in part dictated by the nature of the vineyards that the Massolino family owns in the commune of Serralunga d’Alba – the source of some of the greatest, most structured, robust and long-lived Barolo wines.

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